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way through is big enough for small garden and be eco-friendly at the
houseleeks and, as you can see, they same time.
thrive on the crowded space. You can
also pop houseleeks into cracks in
old rockery walls, into old butler sinks
and into broken terracotta pots. This
terracotta amphora is purpose-made
but it shows how pretty and intricate
a houseleek display can look.
If you fancy adding some sexy
silliness and want to recycle at the
same time – how about using an old
brassiere as a hanging basket – by
sewing the cups together, you can
even pop in a large plant. This idea
was featured at the Chelsea Flower
Show this year and even made it onto
The Telegraphs’ website so it just
goes to show – a little imagination,
practical gardening knowledge and
a sense of humour can decorate your
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