Sempervivums fit in just about anywhere. What's not to love about these versatile plants. Cute house planter.
The nursery is full of wonderful plants and great found object surprises like this one.
Well designed and nicely settled in water feature.
Speaking of interesting designs, I'd never seen a pot quite like this one. Looks almost like a lotus seed head. My first inclination was agave in the middle with an interesting collection of small succulents in the smaller holes. What would you plant in this pot? Spring bulbs would also look sweet in this planter.
Interesting stacking pots.
There really were some great plants here but the interesting objects were pretty attention grabbing!
I've a feeling that mine is not the only family who would find this funny.
I can think of a million and one uses for this pot! O.K. maybe a few less than that but it's pretty funk o licious.
More interesting objects.
Crazy about these multi-rayed spheres. Yes, a return visit is in order!
By the Fred Conlon, the same artist who gave us the Gnome Be Gone, comes this cool piece which seems to be consuming Ciscoe Morris's book.
Some mornings are just like that, Mr. Onion.
Do they also sell a slug bait ornament?
What a great piece & fun for displaying a few things.
This is a working wood stove that gets used in the winter.
This place is for the birds, literally!
Nice old Monarch stove!
I may have to go back for this fellow. Looks like he might scare the pesky raccoons away!
It was time to leave all too soon but we had more gardens to tour and didn't want to miss any. I'll post later about the gardens which were surely worth the trip!
Happy Monday all!