In today’s post I share with you my 3 large window boxes I have on my back kitchen patio. You will find a video and images that will give you my tips to help you grow successfully during the cool season. Find A Creative Spring Edible Window Box Ideas Video in this post.
Edible Window Box Ideas For Spring Video
I will admit the video is a little long today because I could talk for hours about all the fun things you can grow this time of year. Seriously, I look back on my post featuring the Spring Window Box from a few years ago and I can’t believe how much I know now. I can’t take all the credit, much of the success is due to new seeds on the market. Please check out this video featuring my Creative Spring Edible Window Box Ideas. Don’t forget to scroll down on this website post to see photos and plant recommendations.
In conclusion of watching the video I hope you are inspired to grow something NOW! I share this video and others on Bren Haas Channel embedded from my YouTube Channel. Connect with me below to let me know if you had issues viewing the post or video content.
Edible Window Box Ideas Upclose
As noted in the video a few of the plants were started indoors. You can enjoy edibles in containers indoors year-round if you grow the right seeds. In my ‘Growing Herbs Indoors’ I share tips on how to do this successfully. The lettuce was started in a container near LED lights but not needed if you have a window that provides some late winter sunshine. Check out my photos below for a closer look at the window box edibles.
Growing in The Edible Window Box
In the video I share the plants growing in these containers. Some of these were just started from seed so you will have to stop back and see how they are growing. Below is a list of varieties growing that I recommend:
- Sparky Marigold
- Yeti Nasturtium
- SimpleSalad Global Mix
- SimpleSalad Wonder Wok Mix
- Spicy Microgreen Mix
- Seaside Spinach
Fun Edible Gardening Post
Looking for other fun growing ideas to enjoy this spring? Just click over to my creative gardening post to find out what I am up to these days. You’ll find more videos and images to show you how to grow your own.
Don’t Miss How To Protect These Plants If Freeze Comes
Just a few short weeks after planting the new seedlings my garden is under a freeze advisories. Temperatures are expected to drop into the low 20’s. This is not normal but we can take it… check out the latest post to see what I do to protect these edible window boxes!
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