Way back when we lived by the beach in San Francisco Todd Holloway, owner of Pot Incorporated stopped by for a visit while on a road trip down the coast with his dog Carl. Dude is so good at not only designing containers, but choosing plant combos to die for. I’ve been thinking about containersContinue reading “King Of Containers: Pot Incorporated”
It’s hard to believe it’s been over ten years since I first jammed some extra succulent cuttings in a wagon we snagged at a garage sale for super cheap, or maybe even nabbed it off the street I don’t remember. I’m not going to make you look at the boring picture of it with holesContinue reading “Sweet, Sweet, Succulent Wagon”
I’ll shove a succulent in almost anything, whether it be a grill that nobody’s used for years, or an old wagon I picked up for five bucks at a garage sale. The possibilities are endless! First off, I want you to know that in many cases these are not permanent plantings (this is especially trueContinue reading “Succulent Container Madness!”
Last Friday before I headed to the San Francisco Botanical Garden I had to pay a bill, so I took a different route to the muni stop than normal to hit up a mailbox. I busted out my camera when I saw this awesome example of a succulent planter. Lots of different colors and textures,Continue reading “Outer Sunset Super Garden”
Oh the humanity! I’ve been feeling kind of bad about these guys for awhile now. They look so sad all jammed in that shallow little box. They don’t get a lot of sun these days either, since they’re on the winter shade side of the patio. We had a non-functional Weber grill out back, so…Continue reading “Grilling Up Succulents”
Rusty old tire rim container from Succulent Gardens in Castroville. I’ve sadly misplaced all of the other pics from the original post, but dug up some good pics from our vault.