By Kim Charles

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!

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