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  • Miriam I New York, NY
    WOW~ that's unreal!
  • Dee W Rock Creek, OH
    How colorful! I just love succulents also and have a good variety-I should try to do something, but it is so hot, I think I'll wait until it cools down a bit.
  • Tamara C Yulee, FL
    I have an old fountain in my back yyard, now I know what to do with it! TY

    What did you use for the base?

  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    I wish I could say that it was mine but it's just my inspiration (so I don't know what was used for the base).
  • Thistlewood Grand Rivers, KY
    Did you see the stone ladies with all the succulent plants? Great ideas!
  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    Stone ladies? Where would I find them?
  • Bernice H Yakima, WA
    I absolutely love this! I just painted my fountain blue today (on another post), to put succulents in,I know i cant make it look like this, but boy would I love to!
  • Miriam I New York, NY
    I think these are the stone ladies Kari is referring to: http://www.hometalk.com/435973/garden-decor-...
  • Thistlewood Grand Rivers, KY
    Thanks for linking this up over on blogtalk! I think succulents are so 2012 :)
  • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
    Karianne, they are... but I hope they're 2013 as well, bc I don't think I'll actually get to do this until next year ;)
  • Jay India
    Simply Amazing!
  • Amanda Ashworth United Kingdom
    I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW WHAT A SUCCULENT WAS UNTIL NOW.LOVELY.
    • 'a casarella San Diego, CA
      Amanda, they're very compatible with our Southern California climate. (Perhaps not so much in the UK but I'm sure someone out there can tell us for sure.) Anyway, I'm happy to report that almost two years later my succulents are still alive.
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