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  • Angela Hayes

    glow stones--you can put them in your yard, along your driveway, wherever, and they glow at night after soaking sun all day. so cool looking! Great for moon garden

  • Brittney Sloan

    Glow stones, you can put them in your yard, along your driveway, wherever, and they glow at night after soaking sun all day.

  • Heather Mosher

    glow stones--you can put them in your yard, along your driveway, wherever, and they glow at night after soaking sun all day. so cool looking! Would look so cool mixed in if you had a stone driveway.

  • Joyce Nichols

    Blue Glow Garden Stones $13 you can put them in your yard, along your driveway, wherever, and they glow at night after soaking sun all day.

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nice as long as robbers don't use them to break your windows :). Would be good cemented into a path.