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Pots 10 months 2 weeks ago #31052

Ivw found these great little pots in Poundland here in England. Yes, they are £1
I drilled a drainage hole in the bottom and have just put a holly that I'm training in it.
Thoughts?

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Pots 10 months 2 weeks ago #31053

I used to use the mini casserole dishes from the pound shop and drill holes in them haha haha they looked ok but the problem was that they were glazed inside as well.
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Pots 10 months 2 weeks ago #31054

To paraphrase; "Anything's a [pot] if you're brave enough"
As long as it works, and you like it, it's fine.

It's nice to see you're using a local species. Can't say I've seen it used before, though.
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Pots 10 months 2 weeks ago #31069

"Anything's a [pot] if you're brave enough"
Is that a challenge hehehe
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Pots 10 months 2 weeks ago #31073

Thanks.
I found 4 stunted trees near the mother tree.
Quite thick trunks and small leaves.
It seems to be happy out on my patio.
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