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Re: Where can I find a planter for a window sill

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There are plenty of ways to get a planter attached to a railing or a fence.. but I have a solid, slightly sloping, concrete window sill outside my kitchen window. It would be great to put some herbs in a pot there.. but how do I secure the planter. I've looked everywhere but can't find anything.
Once filled with soil, the planter will become much heavier and much less likely to fall. But I can see how the slope of the ledge could be an issue. One thing you could try to do, to make the planter sit more evenly, is to boost up only the one side of it with something underneath, so that it will be more level and not 'follow' the slope of the ledge.

To secure the planter, you could try something like magnet tape and metal tape. So along the window ledge, you could lay one or two strips of metal tape and then attach the magnet tape to the bottom of the planter. I bought some of both recently on amazon.de.

https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B08...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B07...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I'm not sure if the adhesive would stick well to concrete, though.
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