Think window box but with a stand so you don’t need an actual window. The size and shape make it perfect for creating a focal point, indoors or out. Fill this rectangular planter with a mix of trailers and bloomers. Or a row of basil, rosemary, and thyme. Stick it in front of an unused fireplace. So. Many. Ideas.
The midcentury-modernish stand raises the planter box off the ground. You can use the ends as handles if you need to move the planter.
Pot is polymer, wood, and stone composite that looks like terra cotta but handles better. Great for cold climates. It’s weather resistant and less likely to break, weighs less, and easily drilled. The lighter weight is ideal for balconies, roof tops and decks. Wrought-iron plant stand is powder-coated for outdoor durability.
Planting notes: Pot does not have a drainage hole, but material is easy to drill if you’re planting directly into the pot. Indoors, put your plant(s) in a plastic liner pot with a drainage hole and leave this container undrilled.