What a great city Melbourne is. I must change my ways and never again say a mean thing about succulents. The chance you may wake up to a day that contains a gracious tableaux like this makes life juicy with potential joys.
Here is the shops creatrix, with her aquamarine eyes. A fashion designer who would almost certinaly be a great balcony designer: I wish I could say she stole my idea of a fake-lawn covering for a balcony garden (when its mischevious like this, you can get away with it).
But she carried out the idea, and I did not. And in true Permaculture spirit, she even found a way for Bunnings to give her the lawn bits at a third of the price.
Now about the windowgarden, that's the work of her loving husband. They all came from the one plant, and the both of them keep an eye out for white ceramic pots for the new babies. The first rule for beautiful balcony gardens is harmonizing pots, freeing your eyes to enjoy the plants, and here is the result in all its glory. "Their little faces all look to the street, like puppies', she said. I wish I'd asked her name. I wish I hadn't lost her business card. I hope she finds this blog.