Tag Archives: succulents

Vehicular Projects …Floral Friday

I had been in the mood to tinker with my car this week. However, the weather conditions were too hot and humid to my tastes. I’ll take care of the washing and detailing later on this month. Then I remembered … Continue reading

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Mini Container Gardens …Floral Friday

The time had come to clean up, repot, and update three small container gardens this week. This is one of my favorite tasks because I enjoy using unorthodox containers and planting configurations. As an extra benefit, visitors to my house … Continue reading

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Repurposed …Floral Friday

The repurposing of items overlaps with recycling of items. It can be thought of as utilizing an object for another purpose than its originally intended use. I had a few everyday type of things sitting around that looked like good … Continue reading

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Basic Planters …Floral Friday

On a whim, I decided to bring out three mid 20th century planters this week. The idea was to create a some pleasant, long lasting room accents to replace several that needed dismantling. I’d also have a little fun in … Continue reading

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Cacti And Succulents …Floral Friday

For the most part, I like to display small plants in proper planters rather than starter pots. It was time to transplant a few out of their plastic pots and into more decorative containers. A small, dark brown USA Pottery … Continue reading

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Succulent Elements …Floral Friday

Succulents are among the most fascinating plants on Earth.  They have evolved to survive some of the most harsh conditions that Mother Nature can throw at us.  Their varied shapes and sizes make them pleasing to look at and attractive … Continue reading

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House Plants And Me

The most famous cinematic indoor plant might be the giant man-eating flower in the sci-fi comedy spoof “The Little Shop of Horrors”. The fictional plant was a special crossbred variety between a butterwort and a Venus flytrap. The plant was … Continue reading

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