"Thanks, Keryn! I think those colorful talavera glazed pots are a great way to sneak in even MORE color into the garden. They're not very expensive since many are made locally, or just across the border in Mexico. Take care!"
"Thanks, Keryn. I got the old pot at an antique store in a rural RURAL part of southern Arizona. I had to try quite a few plants before I found one that thrived in it. I'm glad I did, I was getting frustrated for awhile,…"
"Thanks Joan and Lyn, I appreciate the comments. Jelly Beans is a GREAT name for these, Lyn, how fun! Anything with "bean" in it seems really appropriate, doesn't it? These are one of the few true sedums that survive…"
"Thanks Lyn! I tried to find flowers that sort of reflect the colors and patterns of the pot. I thought the purple with white edges did just the trick. I'm glad you agree! I also like that these petunia blooms aren't…"
"Good eyes, Willis! Believe it or not, ocotillos are even sold here at Home Depot and Lowes, LOL. This one really sulked in several locations until I finally moved it to this spot where it's thrived for five years now, blooming and…"