Before & After: Far Out Flora’s Crate Garden

Kitschy, Eclectic, Eccentric and so different from mine….far out flora’s garden always inspires me and presents a cheery California version of gardening that is quite simply foreign to us in the New England States.¬† I love it.

before and after crate garden far out flora

Matti and Megan recently saved a crate from the dump and made it over to add to their garden in this before and after….but if you want another good before and after (of a succulent wagon) click through to their website today for their latest post. And just for the record; I kinda like that ‘before’ better than the ‘after’…but of course the little plants need time to grow.

before and after crate garden by far out flora

a crate

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