They are hardy little perennial succulents that grow in almost anything that can hold at least a small amount of dirt. Here are 12 ways that I have used hen and chicks in my gardens:
1. In barnacles in a terra cotta pot of New Guinea Impatiens.
2. In a vintage muffin tin.
3. In funnels.
4. In iron wheels.
5. In a vintage ice cube tray.
6. In aluminum measuring cups.
7. In a "bird's nest" wire basket hanger.
8. In a vintage, rusty, metal toy sports car.
9. In and among a vintage iron horse shoe game.
10. In old pulleys.
10. In a vintage toaster.
11. In the bottom of a chicken feeder.
12. In a row of miniature terra cotta pots.
How do you plant your hen and chicks?
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