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  • herediterrilee

    A friend just shared this and I had to pass it on! Oh YES I AM going to do this with the wagon wheel, planters and other things in my backyard!!! Paint flower pots with Rustoleum's "Glow in the Dark" paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night!!! Great landscape and gardening idea! (Hope it works in Oregon!) ;)

  • Cassandra Dowden

    Sharon needs this in the back yard and in the timber. A friend just shared this and I had to pass it on! Oh YES I AM going to do this, and MORE !!! Paint flower pots with Rustoleum's "Glow in the Dark" paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night !!! Great landscape and gardening idea !

  • beth trimble

    VERY COOL IDEA!!! A friend just shared this and I had to pass it on! Oh YES I AM going to do this, and MORE !!! Paint flower pots with Rustoleum's "Glow in the Dark" paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night !!! Great landscape and gardening idea !

  • Chrissy Padilla

    "lighted planters!! Paint flower pots with Rustoleum's "Glow in the Dark" paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night !!! Great landscape and gardening idea !"

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