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Monday, August 16, 2010

A sweet little succulent shell garden discovered!

When I re-did my succulent tire the other day, amongst the shells used as a top dressing, I discovered the cutest little garden within itself!

A close up. A kalanchoe, for sure. Love the little swirling pattern in the leaves at this stage of growth. Looks like a K. tubiflora. So cute.

Right now it is hanging out in my kitchen window, but I think I will sit it inside another pot of succulents for a little fun decor! Hehehe!

17 comments:

Evelyn said...

Very very sweet.

Darla said...

love little surprises like this.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This is darling. What a neat find. I bet the fairies in your garden planted this one.

Teri C said...

So cute and wonderful. What a great find!!

rohrerbot said...

Love it:)

Judi said...

Hi Julie
aaaaaaaahhhhh how sweet is that tiny little shell garden?
I love it...it looks healthy too..
yes find a nice safe place for it indoors.

btw - did you read my previous post about who I met while in South Beach? I didn't see you for a while and thought maybe you hadn't...I thought it was so neat.

have a wonderful day.
Judi

Kristi said...

Ah, that's so cute and tiny. Love the

soulbrush said...

how did this happen? what a beauty. and so tiny- in your palm of your hand. wowsers

My Little Family: said...

So cute!

Bobbie Lynn said...

Too Sweet. A wonderful design on the leaves.

Stapeliad said...

Julie this is the cutest thing EVER!!!

Lynn said...

Love this in the shell. I opened a coconut last night and thought the half shell/rind? would make a good home to grow a succulant in.

Vivi said...

Beautiful! I love it, your ideas are beautiful and very sweet. I ask permission to publish these photos on my blog. Sorry for my English, but I'm using the translator, I'm from Argentina, thanks

InspireBohemia@gmail.com said...

How sweet! I love love love it :)

Pokeberry Mary said...

Oh that is so cute!!!

yoon see said...

Little cutie plants here give me a big surprise!!!
Julie, you always have cool ideas on treating succulent.

yoon see said...

Yes, thank you for the discoveries!