by Nanette
(Glassboro,NJ USA)

Birdfeeder After

Birdfeeder After

Birdfeeder After
Birdfeeder Before

I got tired of this unused birdfeeder hangin out in my garage. My husband wouldn't let me toss it away sooooo I asked him if I could have it........and, of course I turned it into a hanging succulent garden! I filled the inside tube with soil and then stuffed the rest with spagnum moss, stuck in some plants and hung it up. It's quite new and I imagine it will fill in and get more attractive in time.

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Jul 23, 2014
by: Jean

Just what I was looking for!!!

Sep 21, 2013
Great idea
by: Anonymous

From South Africa - even here some of those plants would not over winter well - med climate no frost but idea is superb

May 27, 2013
by: Anonymous

About how many semps did you use?

May 26, 2013
Lasts forever
by: Anonymous

Yes it will last for more than one season but I had to bring it in for the winter it is alive and doing well again this year

May 25, 2013
Luv it!
by: Anonymous

Would this last more than one season?

Feb 20, 2013
Very cool!
by: Deborah

I love it! It's beautiful right now, and like you said, when it fills in more it'll be spectacular. Great use of unused items.

Aug 17, 2012
Great Plant Choice
by: Jacki

There is no bad way to combine Sedum and other succulents, is there?

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