Ha. Not really. Just wanted to show off a succulent art piece I found recently. The renderings are pretty good.
You can ID them if you want though!
Hahahahaha, it's a view of my backyard!... Or any of ours:). I think many of us have a "sea of pots" area. Ro?? Anyone else? We should all show off our terra cotta villages!
Very nice art, deep_roots! Good pick-up! :)
Yes, I do have a sea of pots, Ryan, but no time to snap them right now. We are on a working vacation, hubby & I. Fence is in! Bought bricks. Need soil amendments. Will be moving sux from back to front yard in the near future. PIG soon! Stay tuned!
I would think lots of you would be posting to this note... Get out those cameras and smart phones...NOW!!!!!! And no sideway pics allowed... you know who you are.... I don't like "craning" my neck 'cuz I'm too old for all of that! LOL
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Nice score of some wall coverage. I'm totally for that.
Wow wee, that's some concentrated Crassuliciousness. But I don't see a Tylecodon there.....at any rate, some great colours and plants. They're grown so well.
Jeff, I am going to attempt to keep the four Tylecodon I have alive!!!!!! One is starting to grow while another is being a bit timid but should begin to show soon. The other two show no signs of growth, yet.... I will post pics later.
Well, this is my trial for this genus, Jeff. Wish me luck... as it is said, "Better lucky than good!"
The T. nolteei and T. dinteri are just putting on some leaves; hard to tell from the pic. The T. decipiens seems to be doing OK. The T. bucholzianus isn't doing anything! So any encouraging words of wisdom for growing these is always welcome. Thanks, Howard
Most recent cuttings haul from the mother garden :)