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5 Colorful Window Box Fillers

Do you love the look of full, blooming flowers cascading out of window boxes? So do we. Unfortunately window boxes, especially those on the second or third floor of a house, can be incredibly hard to maintain. They need to get just enough water, sunlight, and pruning to stay looking like the day you planted them — until now. When you fill your window boxes with our selection of artificial outdoor flowers, you get exactly the look you want without any of the upkeep.

Still need a little more inspiration? We are going to show you five of our favorite window box fillers. Mix and match them until you have a the finished window box of your dreams.

Window Box Fillers

1. Artificial Outdoor Azalea Bushes

Azaleas are one of our most popular selections for use in window boxes because of their incredible beauty. This classic flower comes in many different colors and had a very cheerful look. We also have azaleas in hanging form. Try mixing and matching them for a more cascading look. You can fill an entire window box with nothing but azaleas or pair this beautiful bloom with boxwoods or artificial grasses.

2. Artificial Hanging Bougainvillea Flowers

Bougainvilleas are popular flowers for areas where you want a ton of coverage but natural bougainvillea can grow wildly out of control in no time at all. Fill your window boxes with our artificial version of this cascading plant. It will look just like the real thing but you won’t have to worry about the constant trimming and petal fall associated with natural plants.

3. Artificial Outdoor English Ivy

What could be more traditional than English ivy? This beautiful source of greenery is a clear favorite for use in window boxes. You can’t go wrong with a combination of various ivy plants.

4. Artificial Outdoor Bromeliads

Bromeliads have really been growing in popularity in recent years. The bright, colorful center and architectural lines make it a real eye-catcher. Try lining them up in odd numbers down the center of a window box. We love sets of 3 and 5 together.

5. Artificial Outdoor Boxwood Bushes

Boxwood bushes are traditionally planted in the ground but we think they are ideal for window boxes as well. If your window box hangs low under a window or sits on the ground itself, these small bushes can really add some much-needed height. Place some low flowers in front of them to create a two-tier arrangement.

No matter which window box fillers you choose, you are sure to love the results. The addition of full window boxes will instantly enhance the curb appeal of your home or business. Which of these 5 fillers is your personal favorite?


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