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|Posted on March 21, 2017 at 5:38 PM||comments (23)|
Spring 2017 is officially here.
We are so ready to get to planting and start seeing the many vibrant colors or spring! Many of your local garden centers and greenhouses will be either opening back up for those who are seasonal, and those year rounders will be stocking up. You'll want to determine a list of all the supplies you'll need so when you start planting, you have everything you need.
Some helpful hints to remember when you visit your local greenhouse are to know your climate to pick the most appropriate plants and flowers. If you're choosing a shady plant of an area that is full sun, well you won't get the best outcome and most likely, your plant won't survive. Know your soil...is it hard packed, dry, moist, loose? All of these are very helpful in selecting the very best plants to reap the very best benefits of any outdoor garden.
Are you unsure? Most of your local garden centers and greenhouses boast extremely knowledgeable 'green thumbs' on site who will be happy to assist you in choosing the best plants! We advise you to take and bring pictures of the area(s) and/or containers that you're planting. You should know if the area you're planting is full sun, shade, or a combination of both so that the appropriate plants for your climate and soil type are recommended. Measurements are important as well, especially when it comes to outdoor box gardens, to ensure that your plants have the proper space they need to grow and bloom their best.
And of course - update your boxes and spruce up your home with Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes. Be sure to check out our April special offer here on our website or on our Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes Facebook page!
|Posted on March 16, 2016 at 11:20 AM||comments (0)|
SPRING is almost here. Easter is early this year on 3/27. Who is out cleaning up the yard, raking and digging out from a mild winter? It's time to start thinking about your spring window box gardens. Will you do seasonal greens and flowers or will you incorporate some vegetables, too? How about a nice Easter box garden with baskets, bright colored eggs and pale flowers? Hopefully you've already purchased or ordered your Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes so you don't have to deal with the monotonous project of repairing, sanding and painting those rotten old wooden ones. All you have to do is plant and enjoy! For those of you, like myself, who run out of ideas, Pinterest has a vast array of photos and fantastic ideas for holiday and seasonal box gardens to really make your home stand out. Of course, your Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes will already be doing that for you! Think Spring! Happy planting!
|Posted on June 5, 2014 at 1:40 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted on May 29, 2014 at 2:17 PM||comments (196)|
QUALITY FIRST! DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME! Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes - we put quality first, and you'll get it right because you'll never have to sand, paint or replace your wooden boxes again to make them look decent! With Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes, our boxes are durable with low to no maintenance. We provide highly experienced, quality craftsmanship on all of our boxes. We use proven, durable materials. We provide custom, exclusive designs to help your property stand out, and we offer ALL of this at affordable pricing. ~ Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes
|Posted on May 2, 2014 at 9:45 AM||comments (0)|
Have you made your seasonal decorating plans yet? Look at your home. Dress up that deck. Add color and vibrance to your railings. Make those dormers stand out flawlessly and easily. Tie in your home's architectural elements to your boxes - examples, shutters, trim and mouldings, color, and stonework. Cape Cod Custom Flower Boxes creates custom boxes to do just that for you. Does your home boast a large window? Big windows beg for bold, dramatic boxes with texture and demension. Keep your boxes full and vibrant! Not one for the flowers? Create a seasonal harvest box! You have endless possibilities!
|Posted on April 22, 2014 at 8:52 AM||comments (8)|
Beautiful out today! Who's planting? Pansies are a great option especially if you're in the colder climates, to get your boxes started for the spring! School vacation? Great project for the kids to get involved!
|Posted on April 15, 2014 at 4:11 PM||comments (204)|
Spring has sprung - officially! Now is the time to get out and clean up the yard, think about your selections for the upcoming season, and clean up or pull out those flower boxes and planters if they haven't been out all year! Check out our window boxes and planters to spruce up your curb appeal! Think about a paint application to match your front door and shutters...check out your local paper and magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens the seasons best picks! See your local garden center for the best pairings and groupings to really make your boxes and planters pop! Don't forget to get your vegetables going if you haven't already!
|Posted on August 26, 2013 at 12:15 PM||comments (97)|
Window Boxes provide character and softness to simple, symmetrical homefronts.
Planters emphasize and accentuate entryways making them moreprominent and inviting to your guests.
Remember, there are many great options for fall. There was a great article in yesterday's Sunday Cape Cod Times for fall planting with some great recommendations that are great for planters and boxes as well as gardens and beds.
|Posted on August 23, 2013 at 12:09 PM||comments (9)|
When selecting flowers for your boxes, mirror your home's color scheme as well as any surrounding gardens to obtain the best result. Be sure to combine flowers/plants that have the same light/shade and watering requirements.
|Posted on August 22, 2013 at 8:58 AM||comments (104)|
Most flower boxes and planters need to be replanted as seasons begin and end. There are several options for fall and winter, Mums, evergreens, holly and berries can adorn your boxes throughout the colder seasons. It's always best to refer to your local garden center for advice and best selections.
Our PVC flower boxes and planters can stay up all year through any weather, without weathering!