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Planting succulents into odd and weird planters is all over the web; however, this one is a bit different.
The dog dragged home a deer skull, and after trading her for a more appropriate bone, I threw this one up onto the shed roof to get bleached and cleaned by the sun and weather.
Three years later, I pulled it down and discovered to my delight that it's even got some lichen started on it.
The supplies I used for this project are simple; a piece of tie wire and a bit of scrap nylon insect screen, a few teaspoons of soil, and some tiny rosettes of Sempervivum.
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Soil is spooned into the cavities and small rosettes of Sempervivum plugged in to the eye sockets and nose areas.
Laying it down for a bit will let the hens root in, then it can be hung up on a fence or to decorate a barnboard potting bench.
Later; the plants are rooted in, and growing happily in their odd home.
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