You know I love to visit nurseries; at home, when I'm traveling, it's all good! I was thrilled to stop at East Austin Succulents while Pam had us out and about the Monday after the Fling. E.A.S. was a sponsor of the Austin Fling, so I had to buy something right? (like that was a problem)
I did't realize that it was a two-for-one stop though. Turns out Tillery Street Plant Co. is right next door. As I wandered I wasn't sure where one stopped and the other began, thus I'm not drawing a line here, as I said before, it's all good!
Right away I knew there was going to be a lot to choose from. So many plants!!!
Variegated Agave victoriae-reginae
I honestly can't remember ever having been at a nursery that has a selection of vintage pottery, how very fabulous!
Ya gotta love a cactus that blooms while it's bare root and tied to the fence.
There was a wide variety of planted up things to get inspiration from...
And a whole greenhouse/shadehouse of potted treasures to discover...
Did you know there ain’t no Saguaro in Texas? Even though they seem pretty attached to it as a symbol.
Unfortunately I did not spend enough to "spin the wheel"...
If you read last Friday's post you know I bought an Obregonia denegrii.
Love this variant on the dish planter.
I reallly tried to rationalize hauling one (or two) of those tall ribbed cylindrical planters home.
Ditto for the short ones. But I left them behind...(I really don't need more containers).
I have two of these same raspberry Cactus, only mine are grafted onto tall green bases. Odd things.
Weather Diary, May 28: Hi 73, Low 54/ Precip 0
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