Ignacio Martín García
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From acorn to oak: Pick several acorns, preferably in October, when they are in an ideal condition. Place the acorns in a bowl of water, and after 3 to 6 weeks, they should have started to germinate. Do not forget to change water often to avoid mould growth. Fill the Acorn vase with water and put your sprouting acorn in it. If the acorn is to small for the vase, use head pins to help it fit. After a further 3 to 6 weeks, a delicate little oak seedling will sprout.

Small farming vases have received a huge boost, and this is the mother of all. It is hard to resist the things that have that little nerve.

Glitzy Old Glasses  If your old, decorative glasses aren't holding water anymore, have them hold plants such as drooping string of pearls, reindeer moss, and miniature succulents.

[I like the miniature succulents as decorations!] Glitzy Old Glasses If your old, decorative glasses aren't holding water anymore, have them hold plants such as drooping string of pearls, reindeer moss, and miniature succulents.

Multi-tiered plant stands to add interest to a boring outdoor wall

Add Interest with Plant Stands at different levels. Fun plant stands are an easy way to add an extra dash of style to your plant collection!

Terra hydroponic cases

Terra hydroponic cases The simple stark lines of the lead-work lending their contents the illusion of floating in space within a cage and granting a rare opportunity to study the intricacies of root formations so often buried in dirt and sand.