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Update on Framed Flowers


One of my first spring posts this year was a framed lobelia plant hanging in a tree. It has filled out, and my yard has greened up. I also planted succulents in my red frame from last year.
Today.
Today.
Today.
Today.
Early May.
Early May.
Last year in a terra cotta pot.
Last year in a terra cotta pot.
This year with a small metal pail and Angelina sedum.
This year with a small metal pail and Angelina sedum.
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4 questions
  • Mary
    on Feb 15, 2016

    Love the framed plant. How do you keep the frame from turning?

  • Carolyn Noyer
    on Feb 21, 2016

    Do you glue the pot to the frame or how do you make it stay there? Also, how do you keep the Fram from falling over?

  • Phyllis
    on Jun 23, 2016

    What holds the frame up in the garden??

  • I did this last year and I loved it. However, the weather wasn't too nice for my frame. I tried to put some on it to help it withstand the weather, but I guess it was too late. What did you treat your frame to protect it from the elements? I would love to do this again. Janet

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  • M Elizabeth Jaramillo
    on Aug 26, 2016

    muy bonito me gusta mucho esta bonita idea de enmarcar las materas con flores.

  • Tori
    on Mar 6, 2019

    Tried this two years ago after my clock hit the floor smashing to pieces 😞. I kept the framing and made this swapping out the flowers for the season. I attach them with clear fishing line.

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