Wooden Window Boxes

The Broughton Window Box

Window Box Fitting

We also supply elegant window box wall brackets that complement this window box sold separately. These are supplied with screws and rawplugs.  See image opposite.

Broughton Wooden

Window boxes 

The Broughton Wooden Window boxes are perfect for any window ledge, wall or fence. The design is elegant and is inspired by our Hatton Wooden window box. A clean design but with decorative mouldings. It is a beautiful way to display your plants and flowers whilst looking good in its own right.
Broughton wooden window boxes are made  from Scandinavian red pine with holes in the base for good drainage.  The window boxes can be finished in clear, golden brown, wild sage or white preservative. We also offer a selection of Farrow & Ball paint finishes.
Window Box Dimensions: 100x27x24cm(h)
The Broughton Window Box
Red-Admiral-Butterfly on garden flower
Sage-Window boxSage
White-Window boxWhite
Golden Brown-Window boxGolden Brown
Farrow and Ball Colours
Pitch-Black (Farrow & Ball)Black
Pitch-Blue (Farrow & Ball)Blue
Pigeon (Farrow & Ball)Pigeon
all-white (Farrow & Ball)White
Product Name
Quantity & Finish
(Select in Basket)
Broughton Window Boxes
100x27x24cm(High) (BRO.WB)
Broughton Window Boxes
100x27x24cm(High) (BRO.WB)
Clear,Golden Brown,White or Sage
Broughton Window Boxes
100x27x24cm(High) (BRO.WB.COL)
Farrow & Ball paint.
Window Box Brackets
Clear,Golden Brown, Sage or white.
Window Box Brackets
Farrow & Ball paint

Delivery approximately 30 days Postage and Packaging is included for the Uk Mainland.
We also offer a bespoke service, so if you would like this or any of our own wooden products made to your own preferred measurements please contact us and we will be pleased to help.
If you live in the Channel Islands, Highlands and Islands or Ireland please ring 01952 541170 or email sales@thelichfieldplantercompany.co.uk  for a quote for delivery.

Keeping the windowbox looking good

If your windowboxes are permanently planted push fertilizer pellets into  the compost, or sprinkle  on a top dressing of granules in spring, Dense displays may need additional liquid feeds when they are flowering.
Protecting your windowbox plants
To protect your plants, you may need to spray them to deter certain pests and diseases. Spraying as a preventive measure is no longer necessary, as most modern cultivars are more disease resistant than traditional varieties. But if fungal diseases, such as blackspot,  rust and scab, were a problem in  your permanent windowboxes one year, it may be wise to spray plants early in the following season before signs of similar damage appear. For controlling bugs and blights on plants in windowboxes, an
Plants for Window 

To help you select the best plants for your Window Box. We have put together a list with pictures and tips for cultivation indexed under the seasons of the year. 
instant trigger spray of the right insecticide or general fungicide may be all you need.  However, you may prefer to use a pressure sprayer if you have many awkward to reach windowboxes.
Dead heading
Cutting off spent flowers has several purposes. It tidies up the plants, removes  dead material which can become infected with fungal diseases,

Keeping the windowbox looking good

prevents the plant putting unnecessary effort into seed production when what is required is flowers and strong growth, and encourages new shoots to grow. It is possible to deadhead many plants-busy lizzies and petunias, for example-by snapping off the spent blooms with your fingernails, but sharp scissors or secateurs deal more cleanly with geraniums and patio roses. Always make your cut just above a leave joint to prevent stems from dying back. The traditional advice for roses was to deadhead and prune them at the same time, by cutting back to a bud somewhere down the new season's stem. More recent tests suggest that you will have healthier bushes if you leave on as much foliage as possible throughout summer, and just cut off any deadheads.
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