My Kitsch'n Garden

by Kathleen Holmes
(Lake Worth, FL)

Aloes and crystal

Aloes and crystal

Aloes and crystal
Bromeliad and swan
Bromeliads and ferns
Sedum and teapot

I recycle kitschy kitchen objects into planters for my succulents. They are fun to make and fun to look at! I move them around in the garden to optimize conditions as needed and to create interesting visuals. The plants seem to love them - they are all thriving!

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Aug 11, 2013
Beautiful and creative!
by: Martha

What kind of glue did you use to hold pieces together? I want to make these with my special needs kids. Thank you!

Aug 31, 2012
lookin good
by: Anonymous

I really like all these especially the teapot, what a great idea, you've got me thinking!!!

Aug 31, 2012
Salvage - bring it on!
by: Jacki

I'm a salvager too - I haunt the thrift store - I'm sure they wonder who is this crazy lady and what on earth does she do with all the old ceramic and glass items!

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