How do garden centers keep their hayrack windowboxes so lush? We’ve discovered the secret: AquaSav™ Windowbox Liners. Developed for the commercial nursery trade, these smarter windowbox liners require 50% less watering than standard liners. Sandwiched between layers of natural coir fiber is a water-retaining liner made of 100% recycled post-consumer plastic. It’s a lifesaver for flowers, especially if they're exposed to both sun and wind.
100% Recycled Plastic Liner
Natural coir fiber with 100% recycled post-consumer plastic liner
These have worked out well. The old ones were coir and water would flow through and the plants would dry out. I couldn't keep them alive. These solve that problem and the plants I have in them are doing great.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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