We had some old table legs and we constructed a frame by attaching the pallet boards to the sides of the legs.The pallet boards on the long side of the desk measure 48″ wide and the pallet boards on the short side measure 11″ wide.
It was such a fun project and such a great way to repurpose and upcycle.
into February, adding a lovely bright color to the garden when there's usually nothing else blooming. Unlike most sasanquas, it has a dwarf, spreading habit reaching from 3.5'- 6' tall
and wide. My mature Shishi Gashira is on the small side because I prune it once a year, immediately after blooming, to keep it full and compact. My neighbor's which was planted at the same time but has never been pruned, is the larger size and more wispy. I find a place for this plant in most of my designs. I love that it's also winter hardy and can be used in a part sun/part shade location.