How cool! It just proves that you can have a garden anywhere! What a cheerful little collection of plants! A few of those are succulents, which are some of my favorite kinds of plants to grow since they reproduce themselves and I can't seem to kill them. Ha!
«Louis» understands why the 'rosy' one is your favorite. This would make a nice subject for a watercolor painting.
Plants always make things look better I think Kaori, if I'm not mistaken this one that you like is a geranium!
My succulents just braved a few days under the snow. I like your choice: this flower is so beautiful...
That looks a lot like geranium leaves, I love how you took that photo.My plants are dead. Despite my protection efforts, -10° C at night killed them... :-(
Geranium; more accurately—pelargonium; or in Japanese: テンジクアオイの葉 (天竺葵).It is funny how some of the PET bottles are standing on their noses. But if you cut a bottle in half you can get two of those bases. Those aren’t simple holes that the wire passes through. They are some kind of insert. The kind gardener went to a lot of work. If I knew their birthday I know just what to get for their birthday.
Great discovery, great shot. Despite the fact that it gives me vertigo! :)
An interesting mix of plants. But a nice idea to add some green!
wonderful wonderful wonderfulplease have a good friday ahead.
@Rachel, a plant that won't die? Where do I find them! It's shameful how I can't seem to keep plants alive for very long :0)@Louis, oh I think you're right. If only I could paint :-D@Grace, thank you for the plant info! I was just thinking that I forgot to ask everyone what that plant is ;D@VP, you must have strong plants over there to live through that snowfall! ;)@Ciel, -10C!? I don't think I could live through that either! D:@TallGary, I thought it was quite innovative how they decorated that space, too! :D@Rurousha, I couldn't find a pretty angle to take the photo so finally I just looked down...but it's okay, it's really not that high! ;D@Halcyon, it was really fun just seeing all the types of plants lined up! :-D@Robert, thank you so much! Happy Friday to you, too :D
It does really pays if somebody take an effort to beautify the place. The plastic became not just a trash but a pot which is a very good recycling idea. Thanks for sharing.
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