Spring Accents

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Very nice accents Ryan! I too have succumbed to the allure of accent plantings. They are just so much fun! Are those Erin pots? -=Brian=-
 

RyanFrye

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Hi Brian,

Thank you. The one in the middle with the pink flowering erodium is an erin pot. Accents are very beautiful and they keep me occupied in between messing with my trees.:D

I'll try to post some more soon.
 

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Thanks very much for sharing. So far I've resisted the urge not to start with accent plants, but I have a feeling that I'll be going to my local nursery this weekend :D
 

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Ryan, these look great. I am still waiting on mine, still to cold.
 

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Donkey, You might have a partner there. In our club we have a mother son pair. The son does bonsai and the mother creates the accents for his trees. They can talk bonsai because of this.

The mom even arranged a whole project for the club with a potter. We all made multiple accent pots at one meeting. It was FUN. The potter took them home, put stain on them, and fired them for us. The next meeting we all potted them with a variety of accent plants. These were sold at our show to raise scholarship money to send a member to convention.
 

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And a Classic. Just now sprouting out.
 

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