An empty pot to fill , after having had quite a job removing all the summer holiday Succulents . It doesn't look that thrilling at the moment: A little Corokia that I dug up, it wasn't growing well in the ground anyway, When I was digging it out I could feel something very solid underneath it, no wonder it wasn't growing!. The silvery growth in front is Ozothamnus 'County park silver' which I've had in a small pot for years, forming a nice sized mat. In the ground it tends to disappear in the gravel. The two tiny feathery things are: cuttings of Chamaecyparis thyroids 'Heather bun' and Hebe 'karogold Eek' .
|And what about the evicted ? This trio have found a home in a midcentury pot I picked up this summer. Small enough to get in doors . The others are having to squeeze back into any spare pots I could I could find and I mean squeeze , they have really grown.|