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Happy New Years Rehash


Here’s our kind of lame list of the most popular blogs from the last year:

Succulent Gardens Containers

Succulent Gardens Containers was hands down the favorite of the year.  And why not…Robin Stockwell is the succulent king.

What? Free Mulch

Nothing is more fun than a little road trip adventure…even if  What? Free Mulch was just a mini sized trip across town.  Hands got dirty, the car never smelled more aromatic, and a great time was had by all.

California Carnivores

Seems like we only make it up to Sebastopol only a handful of times per year…but every time we do, we swing by California Carnivores.  From Drosera to Nepenthes to Sarracenia and more this place has some of the most wonderful bug eating plants.

Plant ID: Foxglove, Rose, Daisy

Okay, Plant ID: Foxglove, Rose, Daisy was a surprise.  Week 9 of our Spring Plant ID class seemed to connect with a lot more people than we thought.  Special shout out goes to Malcolm.

Greatest Highway Garden

We drive by this garden a couple times per week and can safely say…it is the Greatest Highway Garden. Looking forward to 2011!


  1. Thank you for all the posts of 2010! Great job! Looking forward for your posts of 2011 (especially on succulents)… Happy new year! Anca

  2. Thanks for the memories…looking forward to reports on your SoCal getaway…glad you enjoyed the Huntington!

  3. I love how there are succulents, carnivorous plants, and garden wildflowers (wait, is that an oxymoron or what?) all within the same post. Ah, diversity. Ah, plants. May there be more trips and new growth to come in 2011! Happy New Year…..

  4. That tire rim pot looks amazing!
    Happy new year!

  5. Keep all those great posts comin’ in 2011!

  6. OMG I absolutely love that first pic. That succulent pot (wheel) is outstanding! The rust on the side really does well with the different color of succulents. My questions though is how did he make a bottom? Inquiring mind need to know! lol

  7. I’m a sucker for succulents. The rusted tire rim has a kind of post apocalyptic look to it–like something out of Road Warrior. Somehow seems the perfect planter for succulents. Gorgeous.

  8. That container full of succulents is gorgeous!

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