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Pot man using Bunnings pots

Jamespeter100
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Pot man using Bunnings pots

 

Starting with the man the dog thinks will throw the dog toy, hedge hog.

 

 

 

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The succulents ready to put in.

 

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 Medusa hair succulent plant for the hair. It has had little yellow flowers over the past year as well. 

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 the succulent used is /was at Bunnings Windsor gardens.

 

 

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 These were a special order from Bunnings.

Notice the dates included by doing screen shots, so to indicate how quickly succulents can grow. 

 

 

 

 

 




 

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 time, Echeveria time clock. Mini wine barrel, the plant stand to hold the clock and the Echeveria elegans from Bunnings. The larger one in the middle was some random succulent. 

 

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 friends come to visit, since pot man can’t get around much. 

 

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 tiny flowers 

 

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MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
Bunnings Team Member

Re: Pot man using Bunnings pots.

Pot man reminds me of cousin Itt from The Adam's Family, @Jamespeter100. That Echeveria clock is extremely inventive, and I love the idea of an organic clock.

 

Many thanks for sharing your fantastic projects.

 

Mitchell

 

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