This sad old broken terracotta pot still offers life to two plants that make their mark at opposite seasons of the year. Leucojum gravetye – a bulb that produces a snowdrop lookalike that is longer lasting than a snowdrop, taller, with strap like green foliage which really comes into its own now. It looks great naturalised in a woodland setting but at the same time looks fab in a pot. So I have just cut down the pot sharer, Miscanthus. This has produced loveley fresh leaves summer to Autumn with flowers that have lasted all winter. It is quite happy in a pot and generously shares the space.