The Magic Pot

These were cuttings stuck in the pot and now are ready to be added to the garden.

The plant support for the pot makes it easy to add shade.


This pot has a water reservoir at the bottom to self-water plants.  It was originally used  to grow tomatoes, but in an area that receives 3 to 10 inches of rain out of one storm, it overflowed and drowned the tomatoes.  The pot sat empty for awhile until some cuttings were stuck in it on a whim.  Cuttings, of course, enjoy a consistently wet environment and behold, the magic propagation pot was put to work filling the Automatic Garden!

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