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2' Cedar Window Box Planter
Model Number: WB23
Menards® SKU: 2780212
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Our WB23 2 Foot Window Box is our best selling and smallest window box in our Window Box Line. Constructed of 100% Coastal Western Red Cedar, this planter is the perfect option for smaller, self contained planting jobs, such as flowers, herbs and other small perennials. Harvested from economically managed forests, our Western Red Cedar wood stock is 100% natural and contains no stains, treatments, additives or preservatives. Our WB23 is completely safe for vegetable and herb planting, and can provide a sound state of mind for any gardener looking to grow chemical free food. In addition, Western Red Cedar contains natural properties that help to resist bugs, rot and natural decay for many years to come. Our WB23 is not only light weight (weighing roughly 6 lbs.), but also built durable with heavy duty, quality construction as well as machine grooved to provide a visually attractive decorative design. All WB23 Window Boxes are manufactured in our plant located in Eugene, Oregon, and can easily boast that they are "Made in the USA!" Each planter has the ability to be hung or left free standing to provide the perfect accent piece to any decor. Although our planter is made of 100% natural, non-treated Western Red Cedar, painting and staining are not only acceptable options for this planter, but preferred by many consumers. Overall, our WB23 2 Foot Window Box is the perfect addition for anyone looking to add a petite and eco friendly planter to their patio or backyard landscape.
- 100% western red cedar
- All natural, no preservatives
- Made in the USA
- Contains natural properties to help protect against bugs and decay
- Light weight & durable
- Great accent planters
- Can be hung or left free standing
- Ideal for smaller container gardening
- Can be stained, painted or left to weather naturally
- Machine grooved for decorative design
- Harvested from managed forests