- Planting can be customised to your taste
- 100% Botanically accurate structure
- UV stable, therefore suitable for outdoors
Length: 75cm or 1m
Height: 35cm (finished height)
Depth: 20cm (planting), 13cm (trough)
Our artificial Heather and Dracaena window box is the perfect display for brightening up your outdoor area or home's exterior. This uses a lovely combination of different colours and textures to create a striking display which would not look out of place all year round. The trough is made from tanalised timber and can either be sprayed black or left as a natural wood finish (please select from the drop down menu). The heather is available in white or purple.
Our fake plants are premium quality made using top quality silks and plastic to ensure they look lush and healthy for many years. Visually, this display is 100% botanically accurate. The trough we use is made from tanalised timber which means it has been treated to prevent it from rotting. The timber is heavy duty and hardy to all of the outdoor elements.
Where can I use this heather window box?
Thinking of using your artificial heather window box outdoors? Our heather trough has so many uses - here are a few suggestions; to border your decking area, decorative window box, to brighten up the entrance to your home or workplace. To ensure your plants stay looking their best, all the plants we have used are UV stable which means they have been protected against discolouring or fading. Many cheaper versions on the market are not UV protected which causes them to fade to a pale blue/green colour.
We are very flexible so if you would like to customise this planter with alternative dimensions or fake plants then do not hesitate to get in touch. We will send you a bag of pre-glued stones with your trough, simply place the stones on the top of the planter. They will set to a hard stone crust within 2-3 hours creating the perfect finishing touch.
Interesting Fact about heather
he young, juicy shoots and the seeds of heather are the principal food of the red grouse (Lagopus scoticus), and ripe seeds of heather are eaten by many other species of birds.