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Window Boxes are popular just about everywhere, some streets are famous for them. So a garden in a box is what we a talking about, and the window is really just a place to decorate and grow a few extra plants.
Used to add a spalsh of color to homes around the world the innovative planting schemes are a source of amazment.
For small home, large homes, apartments and holiday houses, a colorful window box adds an individual touch.
Read more about window boxes