We've all seen wind chimes made with flatware but the clever combination of glass vessels and silverware by Glassafras Creations was a first for me.
Beth Wright Designs came up with these cool wire work baskets planted up with succulents and adorned with beads.
An interpretation of kokedama or maybe bird nests. Love them!
Food for thought for the upcoming Aeonium Challenge.
Handsome totemic pieces by Wish Poosh Design. Time to fire up my kiln!
Please note, these are original designs and should not be copied. However, the idea of doing a bit of kiln carving with northwest native themes is appealing to me. Of course, so is finishing one of the many projects that I've started.
Kevin Crowder is the creative mind behind Rusty Stuff. Aren't these fun?
A perennial favorite at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, Douglas Walker Sculpture looks even better outside! For those of you who haven't seen his work, many of Walker's works utilize falling water with instruments. They're still making music, just in a different way. Do check out his website using the link above to see some fantastic images of his work.
Last stop for today is Oudean's Willow creek Nursery. Sarracenia flava. Get the pitcher?
It seems that this will be Oudean's final off site show but their Snohomish location will still be open.
Darlingtonia californica is also called Cobra Lily for obvious reasons.
Australian native Cephalotus follicularis is unusual, adorable, and very slow growing.
So tiny and cute, it's easy to see how Seymour fell in love with Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors. Luckily this one won't grow into a human-eating beast...or will it?
You'll have to wait for the final Sorticulture post to see what came home with me.