- a box used for growing decorative plants in or around the home, often attached to a window ledge.
Origin of flower box
First recorded in 1875–80
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Examples from the Web for flower box
The window was open, and the flower-box outside was in full scent and colour.The Rubicon
E. F. Benson
I have schemes for a flower-box outside our windows at the flat.Miss Merivale's Mistake
Mrs. Henry Clarke
The sun-room is an excellent place for utilizing "flower-box" fixtures decorated with artificial foliage.Artificial Light
The window sash was warped and stubborn; the woman excited, and in her anxiety something caught on the flower-box.
Thar was twenty-five thousand in that flower-box he guv to Jamie and the Little Lady; and this makes ten more.