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    Expandable Willow Sphere, Large in Garden Structures + Trellises at Terrain

  • Véronique Ardouin

    Terrain Expandable Willow Sphere, Large #shopterrain

  • Phu-Christine Lam

    Expandable to fit in a variety of garden spaces, this natural willow sphere is a decorative and practical support for climbing plants.- Willow branches, galvanized metal nails- Imported17.5-31”H, 6-24” diameter

  • Mary Cowan

    Expandable Willow Sphere, Large (Grow Morning Glories?)

  • Trade Design Inc.

    Expandable Willow Sphere, Large in Garden PLANTERS Structures at Terrain

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