The window box is rather ridiculous now, it is so overgrown but I sort of like it. This was certainly the most interesting window box planting I’ve done and perhaps the most successful, depending on how you define that term.
This photo was taken July 7, at least three or more weeks after it was planted. You can tell it was a cool start to summer because there really wasn’t much happening at this point.
This is what it looked like this weekend. You can see that it has essentially turned into a study in foliage, as there is little left to see of the Supertunia Indigo Charm and the Superbena Peachy Keen. Interestingly though, I think this is the best I’ve had a window box look this late in the season. It’s not really what I had originally intended, but I don’t mind it, really. I’m really happy with the Blue Mohawk grass in the background and I think I will do that again in the future.
What do you think? Which is your favorite look or are none of these your cup of tea? Did you work in the garden this weekend?