Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Stupid Little Pots

Posted By on Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 9:30 AM

We often collect small (10 inches or less) flower pots. We get them as gifts, when we buy a small plant or flower somewhere or when we see something that just catches our eye as a wonderful art piece. Additionally, small pots are often cute and easy to carry home.

When I visit people's homes, I often find their collection of small pots scattered around the patio such as in this picture.

Sorry but ... Stupid Little Pots and a Mess!
  • Marylee, The Contained Gardener
  • Sorry but ... Stupid Little Pots and a Mess!

With a little cleanup and addition of some nice shade loving plants, the area is quickly transformed into a place that is a pleasure to enjoy.

For more information on potted gardens in the desert, visit The Contained Gardener. Have a question? Email Marylee

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