purpleinopp said:What's new @ your house?
My husband was @ a client's house and noticed she had a lot of potted plants. He commented about our porch looking similar with so many pots and the lady asked him did I have this one, or that one? He said I don't remember seeing those on my porch so she gave him these 2 plants to bring to me. One of the most gorgeous Marantas I've ever seen and dragonfruit she said she started from seed. DH said there were several pots of much bigger dragonfruits that were much older and she said she had been looking for a home for the new little pot. Super unexpected excitement! I've killed more than my share of Marantas before but never started with such a beautiful specimen.
purpleinopp said:Oh yeah, I'll use them too, but I would prefer pots that enhance the plants, not detract from their act. And except for the biggest sizes, the attractive pots are usually much heavier and don't tip over as easily as plastic. It's good to have goals?
sallyg said:My big beef-- pots too narrow at the base and the plant keeps blowing over. Hate that!!! Why aren't more pots just slightly tapered?
My plumeria need to be surrounded at the base of the pot by concrete block because they keep blowing over in the slightest breeze. It is seriously annoying.
sallyg said:How nice!!
My husband would be hopeless at " does she have this"