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So Sad …

broken-pot

My favourite large garden pot got blown over and broke … so sad

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4 responses

  1. Turn the broken side to the wall and no one will know. You can either leave it as a feature, or line it with a black binbag if you want to plant it.

    December 18, 2008 at 1:12 am

  2. Oh dear, that’s such a lovely pot. Victoria’s ideas are brilliant — you could also lay it on its side, broken part in the soil, and let some plants tumble out of it. 🙂

    December 18, 2008 at 7:02 am

  3. oh my! That is irritating~~it’s never the ugly inexpensive pots! I’ve glued them back together and then reinforced them with this plastic mosaic product I use; then applied mosaic all over. Not bad looking after. gail

    December 18, 2008 at 2:18 pm

  4. Victoria thanks for the suggestion I had it in the middle of the key hole bed – but I can move it to a wall!

    Nancy, thanks also for your idea, which is also a good one.

    Gail – the people who used to live here were potters – so I have lots of bits of broken pottery – I was going to do a seat – I have never thought of covering a pot.

    Thanks you guys – lots of ideas for me to think about.
    Karen

    December 18, 2008 at 8:50 pm

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