Huntington’s Fall Plant Sale 10/25/19

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Euphorbia horrida ‘Snowflake’ somewhat lankier than when I brought it home
in March 2018

One of those quirky associations that happens when looking for the perfect autumn light for an increasingly lanky potted euphorbia. Passiflora ‘Flying V’ handles its own light needs by threading itself through a grevillea, and so an improbable relationship is formed. This mix of the potted and planted is a never-ending source of delight.

Another source of delight is fall plant sales, and this Friday, October 25, is the Huntington’s fall plant sale — I think I’m going to be needing some more potting soil. And maybe a few more pots too…

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2 Responses to Huntington’s Fall Plant Sale 10/25/19

  1. Kris P says:

    Unfortunately (or maybe not), current activity at the homestead will keep me firmly tethered and prevent yet another plant shopping excursion. I can’t wait to see what you bring home, though.

  2. Elaine says:

    Have fun. Take lots of photos so we can live vicariously through you. Can hardly wait to see what you come home with.

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