Thursday, May 5, 2011

Succulent Pots Part 2

Two weeks ago I shared our pots on the front of our house, so this week I thought I'd share the pots on our back deck.  It has been pouring rain, so excuse the lack of cushions on the furniture.

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Mr. Cardinal is enjoying this planter.


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I have enjoyed the succulents, so I planted a couple in little Guy Wolff pots by my kitchen sink.


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How is your garden growing?

Linking to Fishtail Cottage's Cottage Flora Thursday.


Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill

23 comments:

  1. The succulents are beautiful & I love the one you potted for your kitchen. Everything around here is blooming so slowly. We've had tons of rain, but without sun or warmer temperatures (only 42 degrees yesterday), it seems like we're stuck in limbo.

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  2. Those are just gorgeous my bloggy friend. We don't have succulents growing here( it gets too cold). But your are gorgeous!

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  3. Beautiful. We are on the top of the hill, but I can tell you how things around here are going by saying- right across the street the bridge is still partially submerged underwater, we really got battered with the rain- most in a month ever recorded and our poor neighbors yards are and will be underwater for a while.

    I don't expect this to make for great gardens, but since we have a super early growing season we may all have a chance to redo most of them.

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  4. Le piante mettono il buonumore!Molto ricca questa composizione di piante grasse!Baci,Rosetta

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  5. Love the containers and the plants you chose. They look good together. Lovely patio. Hope you have a good day.

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  6. Those are just lovely! Thanks for the sweet comment -it made my day! Candice Olsen is one of my favorite designers!! I also see you have a Westie! We have one too -her name is McKenzie! they are great dogs!

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  7. Love your succulents Ricki and love that little ruffled pot too! :)

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  8. Ohhhh I love them. Very pretty, and the pots you chose look amazing, the Urn and the wolfe pot.
    I have a very similar Urn I just planted some whispy white flowers in. Never thought of the type of plants you chose, great idea Ricki. xxx tami

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  9. These are some of the best combinations I have seen in a while!

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  10. They look great! I love the picture of the cardinal too. I love the inside planting too!

    It's still going to be a couple of weeks until I can safely plant in my pots. I'm sure ready to though! :)

    Have a great weekend!
    Pam

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  11. I am loving succulents right now too. Yours look beautiful! xoxo

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  12. The only kind of plants I can really keep alive are succulents!

    Oh and I gave you a blog award!

    http://allstarme.wordpress.com/2011/05/05/dude-i-won-an-award/

    Because I love your blog I chose to do this. Hope you don't think I'm spamming you or anything. :)

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  13. Those pots of succulents looks great. I still have not done any yet....but I will!

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  14. They are gorgeous. You have a green thumb for sure. Send some rain back our way.

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  15. Buonasera Ricki. Che meraviglia queste immagini! Bellissimi i tuoi fiori! Tu hai il pollice verde, che fortuna!
    Un caro saluto, *Maristella*.

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  16. Beautiful ! I just love succulents!!
    How cool the cardinal came just in time for a photo!!

    Pamela xo

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  17. What a pretty area, looks so pretty with your plants! I don't usually plant many succulents, I may have to give it a try! Love Guy Wolff pottery. I don't have any but I've always loved it!

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  18. Very pretty! i wish I could take care of plants; I have a black thumb!

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  19. Gorgeous! Love the four succulents mixed in the pot. They are wonderful container plants! Visiting from Cottage Flora Thursday.

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  20. What a beautiful pot! The texture and colors and shapes are wonderful together.

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  21. I cannot wait until it is warm enough to do our outdoor pots! You have given me great inspiration!

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  22. Fabulous succulents in your garden pots! Thanks so much for joining Fishtail Cottage's, Cottage Flora Thursday's! xoxo, tracie

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