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Here is a novel way to display old china.To provide a bit of drainage, put a few small pebbles or a layer of fine gravel in the bottom,(of the teacup)then add some suitable soil or compost on top.
Because the china does not have drainage holes in the bottom, it’s important to only plant cactior succulents in the teacups, as these plants need less watering.
You can mix colors, sizes, patterns and styles of china- the more eclectic the collection, the better it looks.
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