succulent line up

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    like kids waiting to jump in the pool.

    myla kent, Saffanna, (michelle), and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. myla kent 117 months ago | reply

      what a neat idea -- I think I might try those for planters ;)

    2. 27ray 117 months ago | reply

      so quiet, maybe we should make a group of silent, quiet, posed to act photos...

    3. Ewa's Oceans 117 months ago | reply

      Wonderful simplicity and elegance.

    4. Linus Gelber 117 months ago | reply

      This one is lovely, Em. Peaceful and very solid in itself.

    5. Sugar Booger 117 months ago | reply

      oh, they all look so happy and healthy!

    6. darkmatter 117 months ago | reply

      A nice formal composition

    7. emdot 117 months ago | reply

      myla, i think they'd work well as long as the succulence were small.

      a "silent" group would be cool, ray.

      thank you ewa, linus, and chris. ;)

    8. s2art 117 months ago | reply

      » nice, however remind me not to rush off looking for shot glasses at your place after a few drinks! ; )

    9. (michelle) 117 months ago | reply

      is this another one from the b&b? this is so delightful!

    10. *kday* [deleted] 117 months ago | reply

      very nice in its simplicity...and I love how they're all around the sink :)

    11. emdot 117 months ago | reply

      ah, c'mon s2art, surely a little potting soil never ruined a quick toast. :)

      machete -- it is. did i mention that the place was decorated by a group of five local female artists? its really cool.

      yeah -- kday -- i loved that too. the room i took this in isn't completed yet, so things were amiss and these little guys were all huddled together in the bathroom, waiting to be deployed.

    12. ranjit 117 months ago | reply

      don't jump, little succulents! it'll be too wet for you!

    13. emdot 117 months ago | reply

      like fish on dry land, only totally different. :)

    14. ranjit 117 months ago | reply

      that's why succulents are often known as "fish of the desert"!

    15. emdot 117 months ago | reply

      ranjit, you are a wealth of knowledge. truly.

    16. imjustincognito 117 months ago | reply

      this is the best description ive seen in a long time.
      very cute photo.

    17. emdot 117 months ago | reply

      thanks justin. :)

    18. Philosoap [deleted] 116 months ago | reply

      Makes me blush for some strange reason.

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