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Lord Pots - Spetchley Park Gardens, Worcs.. like this idea with all those old and broken pots..

Terracotta Belle busy in her herbaceous border at Spetchley, near Worcester, England by Andy wright2009, via Flickr

Love this potting shed-I really want to be in there right now listening to music, drinking and potting some favorite flowers.

This reminds me of my cousin Jen's little house that we used to play in when we were uncle made it for her..great memories...xo

pot man A great way to use cracked or badly chipped clay pots. You can add moss to pots by "painting" with a mix of yogurt and moss (blended together in a food chopper, blender or processor), place inside a dark plastic bag and leave for 2-3 weeks.

Me, this shed, a comfortable chair & a good book...Oh, my...I feel a moment coming on! Oops, almost forgot the tall glass of iced tea:~)

Rhubarb cloches., though it at first glance i thought what great compost containers large "lidded pots" would make in a small garden.

Delightful detailing in a Wisconsin garden--article form Midwest living

shutters as background for potted plants

Grey walls in the garden, helps the green to really pop!

I love this print. Colonial Williamsburg brings back great memories and makes me smile.

Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.