Tiffany's Therapy
Tiffany's Therapy
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Adding Flower Boxes to the Outside of a House Can Give Curb Appeal

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Sometimes as I drive around and look at homes I think...why don't they just do "this or that." I really think if you stand back and just look at the front of a home it's quite simple to see what's it's missing. Here are a couple of flower boxes I did.
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Adding the patio in front of the window made this little area very cozy!
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If you add moldings to the top and bottom of a flower box it really makes it pop and look more custom.
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Now this will be a pretty place to sit and have coffee, tea or maybe a green drink!
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My new favorite place to sit! XOXO Tiffany

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2 questions
  • Mary Ellen McNamee Deiter
    on May 31, 2019

    Vwhere are the instructions .???

  • Judith
    on Jun 7, 2019

    I love window boxes and the flowers that trail out of them. While I am happy that you have a comfy space, I do need more info about it.

    1. What type of plants did you use ? One might be an ivy...?

    2. How wide did you make your window box ?

    3.Did you create one or use a standard box and add trim ?

    Knowledge is power....

    Judy

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2 comments
  • Douglas Hunt
    on Aug 2, 2014

    Beautiful window boxes.

  • Annierock
    on May 31, 2019

    I love the plants you used. Two questions the names of the plants and are they perrenials?

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