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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Succulent Pots - Wordless Wednesday










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15 comments:

  1. Love the soft colors. I am inspired to create another succulent pot, you can not have too many!

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  2. Succulents do so well in pots Tatyana, you have some beauties there.

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  3. How do you overwinter your succulents? Greenhouse? I love your garden and the photos you post. Very inspiring

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    1. CLee R, our winters are mild, we can leave them outside but protect from rain.

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  4. Very nice! You are such a gifted garden designer, Tatyana!

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  5. Lovely colours, shapes. and textures. I am very fond of succulents

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  6. I love these. Way too early to put them out here.

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  7. I am certainly a succulent fan, especially because my yard is very bright and sunny. That second photo, the mixed pot on your patio table, is just fabulous!

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  8. Those pots look fantastic! I love the contrast of form and colour!

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  9. Very nice! I am just beginning to appreciate succulents, especially for pots in hot sun. I have some concrete pots, and succulents are about the only things that will survive in them. In fact, they flourish!

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  10. You can see why succulents are so popular when you look at your wonderful collection of them! So pretty!

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  11. Oh, these pots are really nice, I have started on my first one with a few house leeks but I would like many more. What is that plant called that looks like green pearls draping down the large terracotta pot? Absolutely lovely!

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    1. Helene, it's Senecio rowleyanus, commonly known as string-of-pearls.

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