Let's go back to Santa Barbara in April, I know I won't have to twist your arm...
The focus of today's post? These luscious succulent covered columns. I know, your eye keeps getting drawn to the huge agave in the back ground, it's okay, mine does too.
But the columns! They're over-the-top. I wonder how many hours it took to put them together?
As soon as I saw them I remembered this photo I took ages ago and saved as inspiration. How easy would this be to do? I'd change out the wooden container for something metal, and my column might be covered with ferns and other shade lovers, or maybe bromeliads, but super easy right?
Of course if you're gardening in Santa Barbara you can use succulents and leave them out year-round. No problem.
You can also have a citrus orchard and agaves the size of a car.
Not that I'm jealous or anything.
Weather Diary, June 6: Hi 65, Low 52/ Precip .01"
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