GPOD author and fearless leader, Kim Charles, creates for a variety of indoor spaces using unusual plant material and elements found in nature.
Hello fellow GPOD'ers! I am taking the opportunity during our blizzard (14" and counting) to pull together a selection of photos of my indoor container gardens. I enjoy using interesting orchids, succulents, ferns, and mosses combined with pebbles from various beaches, lakes and streams. On hikes I also tend to collect seed pods, unusual fallen branches and anything else I may come across. For the containers, I search for interesting glass vessels and antique galvanized pieces which I feel would be a compliment to the plants and materials chosen. The result is a unique combination with no two ever being alike. Hope you enjoy them!
On a separate note…we are running a bit low on GPOD submissions being in the midst of winter–if anyone would like to submit for ANY season…we are happy to have the photos! See details below. Thank you!
Have a garden you'd like to share? Email 5-10 photos and a brief story about your garden to GPOD@taunton.com. Please include where you are located!
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