He also encouraged me to pick up a cute little Zebra Plant as well. I've been wanting one of these for the house or my office, but just never found "the one"...this one is quite nice and will be staying home.
These are pretty, the Rubber Tree will look nice in a larger pot with one I already have...the coloring is different though. Other than the Crotan, these rest I'm not sure what they are, but that's okay...they're pretty without names too!
You can't really tell, but my Rosecreek Abelia's are crazy...they grow out of the middle and look a bit weird. They've got one more chance this coming spring to get it together or they're coming out and getting replaced! I put them in last year with a certain look in mind, and they're not cooperating! The pig planter got a haircut as well! I keep Bolivian Jew in it, and it grows like a chia pet...the whole planter was covered, so it was time for a trim. I lost my big lavender this summer, so two little Goodwin Creek Lavenders are getting started in it's place.
Again, the Rosecreek Abilia's are a little wild, but New Orleans Jasmine is still nice and big and should be blooming again soon!
No planting in this one yet other that the Esperanza's that were already there other than I added my orange Esperanza to the middle of them. I'm not sure why I didn't get a picture of that, but they're there. There wasn't any sense in putting the succulents and other things in the ground when winter is around the corner, so for now the pots will just sit there.
Have a great week!