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    • Bethany Oye

      Succulent tree - Invert a tomato cage in a pot, cover it with chicken wire, then fill with spaghnum moss on the outside, peat moss inside. Poke in Sedum, hen and chicks, Sempervivum, Echeveria, Graptoveria, Graptopetalum, Pachyphytum, Pachyveria and other succulents. You created a TOPIARY TREE covered with "roses"!

    • Susan Hardina

      use a tomato cage as a frame for topiary tree with succulent "roses"

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