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Modern Zen Gardens by Gardens of Wendiland! Great idea to adapt a zen garden using a pattern in colored sand with a cactus or a succulent!

Grafting is the art and science of connecting two pieces of living plant tissue together to grow as one composite plant. Almost any two cacti can be successfully grafted, and can produce some interesting forms. Cactus grafting is often tried by beginning grafters, while learning the basic techniques. It is a great confidence builder, because with a little practice one can become quite good at it. To see how it's done, click on the following link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nQYJ7PmQEQ

Grafting is the art and science of connecting two pieces of living plant tissue together to grow as one composite plant. Almost any two cacti can be successfully grafted, and can produce some interesting forms. Cactus grafting is often tried by beginning grafters, while learning the basic techniques. It is a great confidence builder, because with a little practice one can become quite good at it. To see how it's done, click on the following link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nQYJ7PmQEQ

A Zen garden is intended to appear simple. The Zen garden has an extensive and impressive history and in reality, there are numerous different kinds of Zen garden. You might even need to initiate a little herb garden.

DIY mini zen garden with succulent.    How to: Select a container from your local garden centre, home decor or craft store (glass looks fantastic also). Get white, fine sand (try terrarium or aquarium sand from your  local pet store) and select a small succulent or cactus. Fill the container 3/4 with the sand, add your plant, leaving it in it's container, then top up with sand so it covers the lip of the plant container. Give it a gentle shake to even out the sand surface then grab a pen or…

DIY mini zen garden with succulent. How to: Select a container from your local garden centre, home decor or craft store (glass looks fantastic also). Get white, fine sand (try terrarium or aquarium sand from your local pet store) and select a small succulent or cactus. Fill the container 3/4 with the sand, add your plant, leaving it in it's container, then top up with sand so it covers the lip of the plant container. Give it a gentle shake to even out the sand surface then grab a pen or…

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