Classic. Charming. And always appropriate. These carefully cultivated beauties bring life to your home and garden.
The tall myrtle is in an 8” clay pot with a beautiful covering of lush moss over the soil. This covering is both beautiful to look at and keeps the soil moist.
The medium myrtles are 18” tall and in 6” pots. The small myrtles are approxinately 13” tall and in 5” pots.
The succulents and herbs pictured with the topiaries are my personal collection. And that mural on the wall behind was painted by a German POW during WWII. Note, too, that our ‘bar’ is located right there with all the herbs. Herbs are just for cooking, you know.
Enjoy these indoors or out spring through fall. Kept in a sunny space indoors, they’ll slumber beautifully all winter with just a watering every few days, or as they dry, depending on your home’s humidity. (I like to mist them, too, especially if you have dry heat.)
Here’s an informative article from an American grower, Snug Harbor Farm.