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Spring hasn't quite yet sprung, so these cheerful ceramic Campy planters from Perch! are the perfect antidote to the soggy greys of winter. Put a succulent, small plant, or herbs in the ball and place the base somewhere in (our outside) the house that needs a bit of brightening up.
Denise King will be coordinating the construction of a “succulent quilt”, which will be made from donated plants and put on permanent display in the neighborhood. The succulent quilt is a vertical gardening technique that uses cuttings from existing plants that are contributed by the community. Please bring along some cuttings of your succulents to contribute.
If you aren't familiar with Woolly Pocket's vertical planters, check their site for a nifty way to grow greens along the walls. These soft Islands are made from the same 100%-industrially-felted-plastic-bottles, offering breathable containers with a moisture barrier that are just a bit different than your basic pot. The peacock blue shade is new and would look loverly with a succulent or bloom inside.