Succulent Pottery Planters

by - May 05, 2013

The afternoon before The Handmade Market, my love of gardening collided with my love of ceramics, and the result was little succulent gardens. I enjoyed piecing these together so much that once my shoulder is good an rested, I will keep headed down this rabbit hole of fun. I've replanted the leftover succulents and pieces that broke off during handling and will save them for later. The fuzzy cactus is soft and so adorable that I may not be able to let it go.

Mammillaria gracilis fragilis "Thimble Cactus" and Crassula argentea "Gollum"

Echiveria minima and Crassula argentea "Gollum"

Pachyveria blue pearl and Rebutia albiflora

Pachyveria blue pearl and Rebutia albiflora - but I think the fuzzy one might actually be Rebutia albipilosa

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  1. Love it! I was just telling Jason we need to have you make us a pot for his micro cotoneaster. It looks like a bonsai, with tiny flowers and berries and evergreen itsy bitsy leaves. I'll message you.

    1. Aw, this makes me miss a bonsai Joe and I bought when we were first married. Somehow, we ended up killing it.

  2. Those are adorable. Would make great Mother's Day gifts.

  3. Very cute and almost "indestructible!" Gifting anyone?



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