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Clunky Orage Totem

Posted by LindaArb none (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 12, 11 at 9:57

I made this "clunker" last night and I thought I would fill the top with a cascading sedum & the bottom with hens & chicks.
Linda

Image link: Clunky Orage Totem (46 k)


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WOW.... how cool is that? Boy you are really creating....love the idea of planting in the totem....gives the totem a whole new life!!


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Linda, I like the idea of planting in your totem. If you don't mind my being a copy cat, I think I will try that. I hope you will post a pic when you have planted your totem. - Marylee


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A very citrusy totem! It should look awesome with the sedums planted in it. I'd love to see a picture of it when you have it planted.


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Love it! Welcome, LindaArb!
You may be interested in seeing "lindasewandsews" pics ...link below. She does lots of wonderful totems w/pots! Jeanne S.

Here is a link that might be useful: lindasewandsew gardens album


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Thanks all and thanks for the wonderful link Jeanne!
I'll post pics when I've planted and put in my garden :)


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Cute!!!!!


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Wow! Nifty planter & colorful even in winter if you live where it can be outside in protected area. I'd like to see it planted too! Jan


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great idea to add plants to your totem


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What a great planter. I love how it will provide height and greenery.
Nice to see Linda's amazing planters again too.
Kathy


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Luna took the words right out of my mouth....this one looks very citrusy! I like the idea of planting in the totem...that should look really cool!


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