It's really easy and all you need to do is follow these simple steps!
Select a terracotta clay rectangle planter or one made of poly resin that has a terracotta color to it. The garden pot shown is 30" long. We offer a number of terracotta planters and poly resin that would work. Fill the window box with compost, mixing in 2 teaspoons of plant food or fertilizer. Plant the gazanias on either side of the center.
Plant the nasturtiums at each end of the terracotta container and in the center of the pot.
Plant the three brachycome plants, evenly spaced, along the front of the container and then plant the two snapdragons on either side of the central nasturtium. Water the whole container thoroughly and stand in a sunny position.
The leaves of the Alaska nasturtium look as if they have been spattered with cream paint. In this flower box they are planted with yellow flowered snapdragons, gazanias and branchycomes daisies. Stunning!
Nasturtiums are among the easiest plants to grow from seed. Start them off about 6 weeks before you plant the window box planter, potting them on to keep them growing vigorously. Plant this container in Spring.