So, I have this brick ...

girlndocs(8 WA)March 13, 2006

It has 24 holes piercing it, right through, each hole about 3/4" x 1". The brick is about 6" deep, so that's how deep each hole is.

I was thinking it would be neat to set the brick in a corner of one of my flowerbeds and plant some tiny plant in each hole. I could set it in sun or shade. Moisture is not an issue and I could fill the holes with whatever kind of soil is most desirable (and even dig out a little hole and fill it with more of that soil, then set the brick on top of it so that roots can continue down into it).

What kind of easy-to-grow, easy-to find plant would do well in tiny pockets like this?

Thanks!

Kristin

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milwdave(Zone5 Milwaukee)

Oh Sempervivums, definitely!

Dave
Milwaukee

    Bookmark   March 13, 2006 at 11:08PM
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girlndocs(8 WA)

Thanks! I love hens and chicks!

kristin

    Bookmark   March 15, 2006 at 2:12PM
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