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Specially designed for mounting Lechuza® Balconera Cottage Window Boxes (sold separately) to a railing or wall. Brackets slide into openings in the bottom of the planter so bracket doesn't show in front. Mount one part of the two-part brackets to the railing and add the other part to the planter box, then slide them together — or apart — for easy mounting and maintenance.
Lechuza Brackets are engineered to fit in seamlessly with both the 20" and 31" Balconera Cottage Wicker Self-Watering Window Boxes, sold separately. Made of durable plastic with flexible fabric loop mounting strap that conforms to any shape railing with a maximum circumference of 10 inches. These window box and railing brackets also accommodate wall mounting for vertical wall gardens. Screw knob adjusts angle of planter. Holds up to 55 lbs.
Set includes one pair of window box brackets for mounting one window box.
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Best bracket for the best window boxes in the world
By Tony the window box fan
Comments about : Balconera Window Box Brackets:
Very odd that Gardener's Supply does not sell the excellent window boxes these support! The Balconera boxes outclass anything GS sells for the same use, are much cheaper, and these brackets are sold as a package with the Balconeras. These brackets allow the boxes to slot onto them securely, and for those with narrow vertical parts of the balcony railing, like me, disks which brace against them, electrial tape or velcro ties additionally stabilize the boxes. The brackets can remain on the balcony railing and the boxes removed if need be. Aditionally, the actual planters can be lifted out of the window box in case of an impending late frost for example.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Good not great brackets
from Baton rouge
The brackets for the plastic wicker window boxes hold the boxes securely and almost disappear. Their only negative is that the round brace on the bottom barely balances on the narrow vertical rails of my wrought iron balcony. If they were a bit wider they would be more secure
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