I love window boxes. They are a great way to enjoy flowers or…

Window Boxes

simply ivy without a huge investment or a large piece of ground.

Window Boxes

They are perfect for a city home and in Charleston one beautiful, sunny, winter day I found lots of inspiration!

Window Boxes

For example this group along one of the residential streets on the lower part of the peninsula that we call “South of Broad”.

Window Boxes

Here is one of the three above –  I love the use of the croton, a tropical plant, in the center.

Window Boxes

Simplicity rules here with white flowers against a white painted brick wall.

Window Boxes

Here the homeowner has grouped planters and boxes with similar plants and colors.

Window Boxes

This metal “box” works well with this home’s wrought iron – a common Charleston decoration.

Window Boxes

Porch railings lend themselves to window boxes too!

Window Boxes

These beautiful window boxes aren’t only in the residential district. Walking up King Street finds lots of businesses with colorful arrangements.

Window Boxes

And East Bay restaurants show off spring-like displays all winter long in this temperate climate.

How is the weather where YOU live? Are you ready to set up a box or two? Perhaps in a sunny, sheltered area to wait until the last frost has passed. I know I’m ready!

3 Responses to Window Boxes Charleston Style

  1. Gorgeous! I just love window boxes! I had them at my old house, but since we moved, haven’t had any. This makes me want to put some out. Still a little cold here in DE yet though. I just pinned this post. 🙂

  2. Denise says:

    These are incredible! Always wanted cool window boxes. Thanks for the inspiration!

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