Are you a DIY Gardener looking for unusual objects to add to your garden? Have a strong attraction to rusty and shiny objects? Then head over to Building REsources, San Francisco’s true Reduce, Reuse, Recycle place that caters to the Indie Gardener in us all.
Entering in through the gates, we were quickly flooded with moments of…”‘OMG that is an awesome idea”. This nonprofit specializes in remanufactured building and landscaping materials, gardening supplies for Do-It-Yourself people, and lots of cool containers for succulents.
I loved this hypertufa container full of Graptopetalum and Senecio. I could see that they dipped the edges in some recycled glass to add another layer of color for the succulents to play with.
You can tell that the crew that works here enjoys it. Besides helping people…they are making sweet projects.
If you look around carefully, you will find some of Bill’s dragonflies buzzing around.
Lots of Aeonium, Aloes, and Sedum tumbling out of these old toolboxes.
Which direction did we take? We picked up several unknown objects that we will flip over into funky succulent containers. We also loaded up on a bunch of reclaimed Redwood boards for a Staghorn workshop we will be teaching later this summer at Work Shop SF.
– Far Out Flora
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