This was the weekend for small projects. And mowing dandelions.
I made a dozen or more hypertufa pots, semi-installed my homemade copper coral bell (huchera) fountain, semi-installed a fish head fountain, planted a few more huchera, planted up one of the hypertufa planters with a miniature flagstone patio and plants, and created a “disco” ball for the garden.
|Before & After. I wanted to plant up a couple of the hypertufa planters for the Garden Art sale on June 24.
I took cuttings & dug up small-scaled plants from around the garden.
|I also did up another hypertufa planter with a more conventional planting.|
|I added the coral bell fountain to the coral bell bed that is in the works. I did buy three coral bells,
and have another three on order from the Botanical Gardens Great Plant Sale, which will be in next weekend.
|You can see some of the hypertufa planters I’ve been making
in the background. I should have about three dozen to sell.
|Another view of the hypertufa “patio planter.”|
|I stuffed a length of rope light into the glass ball
I was given as a gift (Thanks Al/Alex/Alexandra/Sandy).
Now I have to decide if I want to hang it or let it
sit and glow in the garden. Making it spin is probably a bit much I suppose.