All the plants shown in this post prefer fast draining sandy soil. We wanted to try another option, Hypertufa.
This project is a way to mount orchids using a frame, hardware cloth and coconut fiber. The frame we will be using is metal and was once part of a product display in a retail store. Any other type of frame would also work for this project.
Greetings people! Sorry our posts have slowed down a bit but we’ve been going through a bit of a creative block. I guess that happens to most of us from time to time.
Howdy people! Yes, our posts have slowed down a bit and I’ll tell ya…..getting use to a new medication can mess with you as it has with me. I’m feeling more productive today so I figured I had better get to typing! We made these Mason Jar Mug Terrariums for the Atomic Holiday Bazaar this […]
We’ve had this project done for quite some time but it just sat in the garage for a while before we decided to use it in the house. We weren’t quite sure what to do with it before and it was a bit of an experiment, but when in doubt, stick an air plant on […]
We cleaned out the garage yesterday and found more bamboo tucked away in a dark spider infested corner. Today we sat here looking at it wondering what to do with it…. We kept thinking planters but we wanted to do something different than your run-of-the-mill planters, so when in doubt, use tillandsia (air plants)!
Ya, know, every time I pass the fridge I think, why haven’t we done tillandsia fridge magnets yet? So today we actually felt like doing it but at first, we had our hands on bottle caps, then thought, nah. The we thought of regular wine corks, then thought, nah (but mostly because someone else already […]