Always a good day, learning something new. Pot cluster in terra cotta drew my eye, then saw the scalloped metal trays to catch water. They seem to be from the kitchen, a tart tin?
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Where I would like to place a table top pot cluster, front porch or back deck, both have same issue. Living rural, winds across pastures are a 'thing'.

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Great table for a pot cluster, below. Learned long ago how to keep the wood from rotting. Do you already know too? Brush boiled linseed oil on it once a year. Once Beloved has his pole barn built, I take ownership of a delightful shed with double, large lean-to tin roofs, one facing east, the other west. Each side will have a pot cluster on a table, with a rolling barn door built of conservatory windows, blocking pasture winds. Toad of Toad Hall was never more joyful in an adventure, or planning in his garden, than I, and this little shed.

natural patina on clay pots | adamchristopherdesign.co.uk:
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Hamptons:
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One table in my garden, a harvest table made of historic tobacco barn wood, receiving fierce winds, I will use large pots, above.

And, in the category of living a simple life with a fabulous garden I know exactly what choice morsels to plant in them.
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Big impact, little input. Every layer of my garden, its full narrative, has rent to pay. Don't pay the rent, you're gone. What's the rent? It must make me happy. Needy for attention, not beautiful, don't tell a story, too much down time, poof, voila, gone-gone.
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Garden & Be Well, XO T
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“Spring was moving in the air above and in the earth below and around him, penetrating even his dark and lowly little house with its spirit of divine discontent and longing.”
Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows