I don’t need my indoor plant pots to be leaky, thank you very much, so as alternatives:
Two casserole dishes, a canister and a kitchen utensils holder (this is a much nicer yellow than it looks in the photo):
Plus two coffee canisters and a honey pot, like that was a useful honey pot the way it didn’t seal to keep the ants out! Not that I thought it would be useful when I bought it at a pottery in Victoria all those years ago, but I just HAD to have it because it was so pretty!
Yes, that’s the kitchen sink in the foreground.
Now what to do with the disused lids?
Also, a $1:00 light weight plastic pretty watering jug:
This little sweetie was acquired from the Hunter Organic Growers Society.
This one is a cutting from a plant already in my back yard when I arrived at this house:
These seedlings were relocated from the garden, I don’t know what they are but I am guessing they are related to these guys: Hypoestes.
I have named this plant Stacey as she/he appears to be in Stasis. Make sense? No?
Purchased from Wallsend Nursery in much better condition than it is now. 🙁
Dubbed The Monster by my darling Ross because of its growing power, I present:
Purchased from Bunnings under the category of “Indoorstructible”.