Yes, I tried using sedium that had a pinkish underside to bring the leg color into play, slightly unsuccessfully. The cut out of this pot is a clean rectangle.The color of the legs seems a little bright to me. Otherwise I think this is really interesting and different. Is the cutout or depression that the foilage is planted in a clean square? Or oval?
Of course, the flowers were also a consideration when deciding to use this particular pot. I think they kind of tie it all together........I think I might paint the legs of that pot or like you said maybe find a small succulant with some red in it...
The legs of the pot work much better with the design when the sedum is in flower. Very nice arrangement.
I particularly like it with the flowers. Reminds me of uncle martin . How stable are these arrangements? Do they last a season? a year? more?
Thank you.Nicely done Will. How old is the planting and what is your winter care for something like this?
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