Tag: Stone plant pots

Simple shapes for Semps

  I’ve been making stone plant pots for an order this week, and while I was at it thought I would try a new shape in the beautiful pale yellow Tadcaster Limestone, a test pot for my own Sempervivums, which have been flowering and multiplying like mad.   Usually I make the little succulent pots in […]

Planting in swirls

  Stone bowls waiting – at rest in the sunshine after being hollowed and fettled. Waiting for gardening hands to fill them with plants. Planting in swirls.        

In the Spring sunshine

  The warm spring sunshine inspires gardening doesn’t it?  I’ve been out with fork and trowel, proddling the soil and planting up little stone pots (partly in readiness for Scampston Spring Plant Fair) to give fresh, pretty colours to celebrate the change of seasons.  I like the textures the optimistic new growth bring to the senses. This […]