Love the teapot :)
Cindee girl ! I love the clay tea pot planting ! (all the plantings are great) .. I have some clay Dutch clogs but haven them on the shelf here in the family room .. I'm afraid of breaking them in the garden ? LOLI have missed 2 Hodge Podge Fridays .. touch of some virus .. enough to make me too tired to think .. as if I needed that ? LOL
I thought that deer was real for a minute. Love all of them.Ramona
Very creative! Happy Cactus Monday!
I am so in love with the shoes!
Your plantings are always so joyfully creative! These are delightful! HCM! :)
Cindee, you have the most creative pots I have ever seen! I LOVE those shoes. HCM!!!
Hi Sunita,Thanks!(-:Hi Joy,I am sorry to hear you have a virus! Terrible time to get one! I know how it goes though)-: I had a week of not feeling good after I got out of school)-: Not sure if was allergy related or what.Hope you are doing better!Hi Japanese Redneck,That little statuary looks pretty real. I have its brother in the same planter. I keep forgetting to take a picture of him.Hi Outside In,Thanks. Happy CM to you too!Hi Debra Kay,Thanks! Glad you like the shoes!Hi Margaret Ann,Thank You! Happy CM to you too!!!!Hi Teri,Thanks! I have fun with my plantings!(-: HCM!!!!!!
I love your creativity here with your cactus!! I love the shoes!
Love um all! Cindee, are any of these planted in the ground..and if so, how do they do over the winter?
That sedum is just outstanding!!! I am so jealous!!!Happy CM!
The planters are so cute! I am not sure which one I like the best but the sedum with the shoes looks like big bows on it.
Oh they are just wonderful- I love the shoes especially-very cool! And do share how you did the tipsy pot thing?
Those shoes are just perfect! I love the look of the "ornament" on each shoe.
Hi Dragonfly lady,Thank You(-: I hope you had a great Monday!Hi Meadowview Thymes,The Sempervivums do great here. I have some that naturalized in the ground and are doing great! We are in zone 9 We do get frost in the winter and have snow on occasion. Its hot here and dry in the summers. They would do fine in a spot where they don't sit in water in the winter.Hi Julie,Thanks! It does great all on its own. Its one of those kind of plants you plant and forget about...(-:Hi Tina,Thanks. The shoes are planted with Semps and they do look like big bows! I loved how that worked out!Hi Dee,Thank You.The tipsy pots are super easy. All you need is a rebar post. Tractor Supply sells them or any farm supply place maybe even Lowes/Home Depot. Then you just slide the pots one at a time down that bar and fill with soil/plants. When you start sliding them on you will see how it works. You just adjust the pot to sit on the side of the other pot. Thats it!(-:Hi Nola,Thanks(-: I did try to do that and it seemed to work on a few of my shoes!!(-:
I LOVE that little deer its so cute! And way to go on the teapot! I would have never thought of that! How did you do put the teapot on top of the tispy pots??? Did you have to put a hole in the teapot??? I absolutely love it!
Hi Jesikarena,Thanks!The teapot had a hole it the bottom already so it fit right on top of the rebar post(-:
Eww, I like your cactus tipsy pots. Your little (none munching) deer looks so cute in the bed.
There you go again being incredibly clever. I LOVE the shoes. We could all take lessons in planting from you. They are all great Cindee.
Happy Cactus Monday.Lovely shots, very interesting!
It's all good--all of it. Love the shoes.
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