The Accent (Companion) Plant Thread

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sorce

Nonsense Rascal
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What is that? The leaves look a lot like the yarrow my wife has growing here.
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Seeing this thread inspired me to plant some Indian strawberry in this little pot. I took my wife to Ott’s exotic plants for mother’s day but I snuck the pot in there for myself at the end.
It is! A women on the Book told me!

Funny tho....

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JudyB

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Nothing as refined as what I see most of you post here, but an interesting pot makes this moss a nice resting place. Pot by Keith Kitoi Taylor. Stuffed with moss and a couple sedum stems, that should look better once they get more mature. This pot reminds me of the sea for some reason.
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I need you to come visit me with some tiny plants !
Gladly! I have a few more after a visit to companion plants and glasshouse works last weekend. I plan to head back down in July and I'm sure I'll end up with a few more tiny plants. The guy at glasshouse recommended I go back then when he has more oddities for the collectors.
 
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I realized I owe a pic for the last post. You too @JudyB, even if you are the queen of the nuts! It'll be a while before it fills in and actually I'm not sure if I might plant some of a different color in it instead. Sempervivum offsets planted in a conglomerate of sand, clay, stones, and pieces of iron formed in the creek.
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