January 9, 2012

a visit with Camille and her Petite Pots


I spent the morning with my friend Camille, exploring her garden and visiting her little workshop where she creates her fabulous Petite Pots. 


Camille's yard is filled with all kinds of fun and interesting plants and artwork. She puts together collections of succulents and drought tolerant plants to make interesting arrangements in "Petite Pots".    


Most of her pots are small to medium sized, but Camille can also work magic in large planters, hanging baskets or even in your yard. When I was visiting, I spied her latest project, a 36" wide hanging basket filled with dozens and dozens of succulents. She has some great ideas for gifts, too.

Here are some of my favorite Petite Pots: 











Cheers!



ciao! fabiana


33 comments:

  1. Hi there....blog hopping & came across your beautiful blog! I host a garden party on thursday's & would love to have you link a garden post sometime? Hope to see you - as i love meeting new gardeners! xoox, tracie

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  2. Camille looks like she's as good with roses as she is with succulents. Love the artwork, too!

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  3. Gorgeous post
    I adore every image
    Your friend is seriously talented
    I can't wait to see your petite pot!!!!

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  4. The first image is amazing. Great post!

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  5. Your blog is very beautiful.
    All the best,Doris

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  6. Your friend has a lovely garden - I love all your photos!

    Visiting from Cottage Flora Thursdays today.

    Hugs,
    Marie

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  7. Ciao Fabiana! Thanks so muych for stopping by my garden site. Your friend has a beautiful succulent garden. I'd love to get some for myself. Nice photos!

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  8. such a great post!

    congrats and greetings from Spain,
    elena

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  9. Fabiana, I keep on coming back to your blog. Love your posts. You are really living La Dolce Vita! Congrats on your beautiful blog.

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  10. So jealous of your California lifestyle. This garden is gorgeous!

    Glad I stumbled upon your blog - love it!

    - S from Following the Walkers

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  11. Very nice! Your friend and her husband are very creative and talented.

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  12. great post! camille has a wonderful eye for plants and eclectic containers! so fun!!

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  13. i love all the planters/ pots. Succulents can be so different and beautiful. I wish I had some in my "garden"

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  14. Oh man, I LONG for a garden...

    My favorite movie growing up was, "Secret Garden!"

    *sigh*

    xo,
    Amy

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  15. So beautiful! i love succulents and roses. I love the welcome art!

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  16. Wow those plant arrangements are gorgeous!

    Luvs

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  17. My Grandma had that king of plants, that ( to me ) look like artichok, i really love them so, plus it is so easy to take care of. I really wanna get some now ;), thank you for sharing this!
    Eloïse

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  18. Beautiful. I love green. THis is all stunning.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  19. Oh wow! These are fantastic! I want them all!

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  20. Hi Fabiana, your friend Camille is such a talented gardener - every 'petite pot' is adorable - but that little teacup blew me away, love, it!

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving such nice comments on my photos. I've more from the Lake District and then Devon coming up soon.

    Mary - A Breath of Fresh Air

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  21. Omigosh! I love these cute and pretty succulent pots! They're all gorgeous.

    Stopping by from Cottage Flora Thursdays. Better late than never, right?
    -Marie

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  22. I love, LOVE all the interesting containers that Camille uses. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. This is just lovely! Such creative pots! very inspirational!
    Thanks for sharing -visiting via Show Off Your Cottage Monday,
    Kathy

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  24. How lucky you are to have such a talented friend! I love the ease and beauty succulent. I have a couple that are blooming right now!
    Thanks for sharing the fun at Pinkalicious Thursday!
    XOXO,
    Tasha
    www.frugaliciousme.com

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  25. wow those succulents are very pretty, unfortunately it's too hot here in Florida after a few months they just die.
    I will be honored if you will add this project in our weekly linking party every Wednesdays at
    http://www.passionatelyartistic.com/2011/08/my-inner-baker-with-linking-party.html
    Have a great week,
    Maggie
    http://passionatelyartistic.com

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  26. The plants are gorgeous. I would love to have them around in my house. Do these plants survive without sunlight for 2-3 months. I am in MI and was wondering if I can have some of these plants indoors during the winters.

    Thanks for linking on Tea Time Thursdays. This post has been featured on Kreative Korner.

    The party for this week - Tea Time Thursdays @ Kreative Korner - is on. Hope to see you there with latest posts.
    http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/2011/08/tea-time-thursdays-2-and-features.html

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  27. I have a new-found fascination with succulents-- thanks for sharing this! Adore the tea cup petite pot. :)
    Heidi @ Show Some Decor

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  28. I love succulents and what fabulous displays your friend does! Thanks so much for linking up to The Creative Spark. I'll be featuring this on Sunday and I hope to see you again next week!
    Jenn :)

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  29. Those are gorgeous! I have lots of succulents too - as I am also a So. Cal. girl! Very inspiring, too! She is so talented!

    Becky B.
    www.organizingmadefun.com
    Organizing Made Fun

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