The Garden Gallery on the corner of Embarcadero and Pacific in Morro Bay was as it's name suggests a tasteful and beautifully maintained collection of vignettes, artfully combining pottery, plants and restrained garden art that made for very pleasant browsing. One could not expect to landscape a garden there; the plant inventory was heavily skewed towards succulents (all in on that) and tropicalesque container subjects.
Small clay pots were used extensively to display cacti and succulents. This seems to be a clever merchandising tool in a store that by virtue of it's location likely has a fair amount of tourist visitors.
Great big wind chimes, probably Music of the Spheres.
They had a really nice selection, and I did make purchase -Haworthia limifolia . Always on the lookout for plants I can't find locally.
I wanted this one desperately, however it was only seen in large containers with large prices. And naturally, I failed to take a photo of the tag, so I have no idea what it was. Maybe a Crassula? Maybe a Kalanchoe ? If any readers out there know I would be grateful.
Employees were bustling around mainlining the merchandising , keeping the clay pots full.
There were a number of exotics , but I only got a photo of this one-I had become distracted by shopping.
Did I mention the wind ? Though Garden Gallery had a good deal of outdoor space, it was built cleverly to provide a windbreak, and only a few steps away the small craft was bobbing on the choppy bay.