Mother Nature's Awesome Art Project

10:03:00 AM

The project today is one I borrowed from Mother Nature. 

This gorgeous work of art that has been getting better with time, and you can't help but love it and be amazed.

The plant on the left was a completely flat plant for years,
it almost looked like a Hen and Chick plant.

Suddenly for some reason, this year it started to grow finger-like stalks.

Every time I went outside I just had to snap a picture.

The stalks got taller and taller until one day...

one of the stalks got a beautiful pink flower.

and then another, and another.

until the whole plant was covered with these beautiful
pink flowers!

The stalks grew very tall and each stalk has about 5 flowers.

Mother Nature, 
this is an awesome piece of artwork
and I'm pinning it!

Take a look at some of my repurposed planter ideas for the garden. 

And here is more of my favorite repurposed garden junk.

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  1. Beautiful, Susan! How fun to watch the changes.

  2. That is neat looking...beautiful

  3. Wow, that's a fun nature surprise! I love your funnel to hold the succulent. I have a Hen and Chicks (just discovered the variety) on my windowsill. It's not nearly as unique as this beautiful flowering specimen.

  4. Stunning! Thank you for sharing this.

  5. I wish someone could identify it because I would love to have one of my own! It is gorgeous!


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