I’ve been wanting to share a few silly things with you from my travels and travails this summer. But I’ve been a bit hesitant, due to the gravity of recent posts, comments, and related hoo-ha (I was completely unaware there was a cornmeal controversy).
I sure appreciate and admire the guts and grace with which my GP colleagues present their cases and engage our readers. Important topics, all.
Which makes this segue even more awkward…Look! A jellyfish made from succulents!!!
Start with a fabulous assortment of Kalanchoe, Echeveria, Sedum, Aeonium, etc.
Turn wire hanging basket upside-down. Stuff with sphagnum moss. Cut a circle of mesh and wire across the bottom (was the top).
Plant with little succulents (I’m sure that’s how they started out). I think the tentacles are Crassula species. Hap, our man from Cactus Jungle, would know the species (segmented one might be C. muscosa, but the curved one really made them look tentacle-y).
Add a hook and chain. Slap on a $200 price tag (yow!).
Voila! A jellyfish.
If ever near Alexandria, Ohio (just east of Columbus) stop in to visit Chris Baker and the gang at Baker’s Acres. Greenhouses are chock-full of amazing plants and ideas such as this one, plus the restroom decor is worth the trip.