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  • Allison Ruppert

    Radius Garden 202 PRO Ergonomic Stainless Steel Shovel by Radius Garden, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000QV089Q/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_2NZrrb017YV98

  • David Mayes

    Radius Garden 205 PRO Ergonomic Stainless Steel Weeder | Best Buy Garden Tools Store

  • Sarah Vovos

    Radius Garden 201 PRO Ergonomic Stainless Steel Spade

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  • Kara Short

    What kind of plant is growing out of this masterpiece!?!?

  • Kevin Chudy

    It looks like a Wolford oil lamp repurposed for some odd reason

  • Paul Martin

    Very interesting

  • Shannon Simpson

    That is an air plant. They are a type of bromiliad

  • JoAnn Dees

    Tillandsia plants are awesome. However, the water should not touch/stay submerged. Just mist them several times a week & keep in indirect bright light in a humid environment.

"Small freshwater gardens are fun to create and simple to care for. And all you need are a few floating or submerged greens in a vintage aquarium, an apothecary jar, or a sleek glass cylinder." That looks like a water lettuce I spy there..we're not supposed to grow them in Australia but surely would be ok to keep one safely kept inside where it couldn't escape no matter how much it wanted do.

aluminum tape garden markers via dollar store crafts...a really good and inexpensive idea.