Classic touches add elegance to your window deck or railings. The slats of our metal basket planter is sealed with epoxy resin to prevent corrosion. Coco liners are included; replacement liners sold below. Brackets adjust to fit over 90% of deck railings. Can also be wall mounted.
Basket Window Planter Coco Liner Included Adjustable brackets for railings and can be wall mounted Slats sealed with epoxy resin to prevent corrosion
48"L English Hay Basket Window Planter with Coco Liner and Adjustable Brackets
36"L English Hay Basket Window Planter with Coco Liner and Adjustable Brackets
30"L English Hay Basket Window Planter with Coco Liner and Adjustable Brackets
48" Replacement Coco Liner
36" Replacement Coco Liner
30" Replacement Coco Liner
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Comments about Product: This planter should not be called a window planter, it is specifically designed for use with a deck rail, not a window. It can be adapted for a window if you have a clever person who can Jerry rig it with your own hardware and some support timbers. Frustrating to get something that is called one thing, but not intended to do that. Even the instructions that come with it are specifically for deck rail installation. Too bad.
Comments about Product: I ordered these after reading reviews on many deck planters. I'm glad to say the reviews helped me make the right choice for my deck. It took just a few minutes to install these over the railings. Luckily the brackets JUST made it over my railings for a good fit. I'm hoping the liners are durable throughout the season. Thanks to all the reviewers who gave their honest opinions on these and other products! I cannot see how these would work as window boxes . . but maybe I'm missing something.
Gorgeous window boxes.
Comments about Product: The lining drains more than we desired so we placed a piece of plastic inside each window box. We did not line it all the way up just part way and it works perfectly.
We live in the Pacific Northwest and still have some Snap Dragons, Johnny Jump Ups and Geraniums left in January. I have 5 of these window boxes and love them.
Works Well on Stair Railing
Comments about Product: These planters were more substantial than those found in local stores. We attached them with self-tapping screws directly to the stair rails on a basement walkout. The brackets that come with them are designed for a deck rail and were not suitable for our round top metal railing. Before planting, we added moisture-retaining polymer mats. It drains well.
A wonderful country look
Comments about Product: They look charming with trailing flowers on my weathered wood picket fencing and below my windows; lined the coco liners with dogfood bags and they hold moisture perfectly.
distinct window box detail
Comments about Product: this is a very distinct outdoor finishing touch to our windows...
very nice depth...
ENGLISH HAY BASKET
Comments about Product: I put this on my front porch railing and filled it with some ivy and sweet potato vine. It is just lovely with the leaves flowing over the edge.
Looks nice on the beach house deck!
Comments about Product: Came quickly by UPS - a bit of attachment issues with the shape of our railing, but a little Maine ingenuity did the trick
By Not Happ E
Love the look but no way to mount them!!
Comments about Product: I was so disappointed when I got these planters after spending a good deal of money on them. I had purchased them to go in my two front windows, but when they came the brackets that came with them were so inadequate there was no possible way to mount them to my window. There is no hole in the bracket where it should be that would allow it to mount to a window, and even if there was, the bracket doesnt even stay put on the planter.. add the 20 or so pounds extra in soil and flowers, plus more when there is water and Forget about it! After hours of trying to somehow get them to "balance" on our window sill without falling and completely ruining the beautiful flower arrangements we had spent so long on, we gave up and instead had to just mount them to our front railings, where they are not even a slight Fraction as adorable as they would have been in the windows. So disappointing :( Overall, the appearance is awesome and they hold SO much, but there is no possible way to mount them to a window, therefore almost completely defeating their whole purpose.
my petunias love it! works best with a
Comments about Product: does a good job.
if used in direct sun, should put a plastic liner in it to retain moisture.
By Gil's Non-garden Girl
Decent liners, reasonable price
Comments about Product: more substantial than local discount store products
Hay Basket Planters
Comments about Product: Have purchased these planters before and was very happy with them, so we bought two more this year.
Comments about Product: Planted succulents in them and they are doing great! Very attractive and sturdy. Easy to install.
Comments about Product: The brackets should be made adjustable to fit different thicknesses of handrails
The hayrack window boxes look very nice
Comments about Product: GOod quality for the price, looks attractive on my house and it was just the right length.
Comments about Product: Very nice window boxes. very satsified, good value
I would buy this product again
Comments about Product: I use thes liners up in my balcony on the second floor.. they do very well.
Exactly right; price, hardware, lovely!
Comments about Product: I bought 3 window boxes and they are just the right touch for our second story deck; adds charm and a cozy feel. Can't wait for next summer to try some new flower arrangements! So thankful I know right where to get replacement inserts! Thanks P&H.
Did not wear as well as expected.
Comments about Product: I placed these liners in my window boxes before it was time to plant and they seemed to deteriorate more quickly than I expected. Perhaps their being exposed to sunlight and rain without soil and plants in them contributed to this, but I was disappointed.
Comments about Product: Have six of these surrounding my deck and the petunias I planted this Spring are still magnificent. Solid quality and easy to install even on a Trex railing.
Comments about Product: A perfect match!
Comments about Product: This product was exactly as advertised. Very happy with the way it looks outside and the plants are growing great.
looks good, works great
Comments about Product: EASY TO INSTAL AND USE
These look great!
Comments about Product: I just love these baskets. I bought two for my front windows and have been getting a lot of compliments. The flowers add so much color to the front of the house. I'm so glad I made the decision to buy these window planters. Plus, they were so easy to hang!
I would buy this product again and again
Comments about Product: I hung 3 of these baskets on windows on the back of my house and I love them. They are well made and the flowers I planted in them look great.
Perfect for my deck - love it!
Comments about Product: Looks very attractive and fits perfectly on my deck rail. Great addition to my deck!
Great Quality, Best Price...HANDS DOWN!!
Comments about Product: I searched high and low for great quality planters. Came across Plow and Hearth website and could not be happier with my purchase. The window planters were easy to install and are very sturdy. Thank you Plow and Hearth!!! My garden looks fabulous now!
INSUFFICIENT HARDWARE TO INSTALL!
Comments about Product: Product looks very nice and is the perfect size for my window. Seems to be very sturdy.
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By Big Brother
Comments about Product: I bought this as a gift for my little sister. She loves it! She hung it over the railing of the balcony in her apartment. [...]
Comments about Product: I've seen similar for double the price; on top of that, the competition did not include the coco liners. Looks great mounted, holds lots of plants. I bought two, then bought two more a month later.
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The Olla: A Brief History
Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
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