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September 11, 2015


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Beth @ PlantPostings

Wow, that collection of plants in the urn is actually quite attractive. But I know what you mean about wanting to showcase th urn, itself. I wonder if you could transplant those plants to a different vessel, and then maybe plant more draping-type plants in the urn? Just a thought. That Angelica is fascinating--especially the buds!


If your mind's eye is seeing visual clutter, then it needs to be moved. It's a hard thing, isn't it? You can either move it, or the more wild plants in that area. I bet it's easier to move the urn. Trust your instincts.

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