Mini Air Plant Container Pod - Blue Vessel // Home and Living // Indoor Garden // Planter
These air plant pods are natural pods that have been handpainted and repurposed into a planter so each pod is unique and organic in size/shape.
Hawaiian Umbrella Tree Bonsai - Small
Interested in bonsai but not sure where to start? How about with our Hawaiian Umbrella Tree! This attractive, fuss-free bonsai gets it name from the compact leaves that fan out like small green umbrellas. Considered to be one of the easiest indoor varieties to maintain, they do extremely well, even in low-light environments, and make excellent gifts for beginners. Hawaiian Umbrella Tree is the easiest to grow and lowest maintenance of any indoor bonsai Hawaiian Umbrellas do very well in any light environment Large in Water Pot measures 14"H x 7"W; high-fired ceramic container measures 10"L x 6"W Small measures 12"H x 7"W; ceramic container measures 6"L x 4"W Planter size and color may vary
Bring truly original smiles to the table with our unique Tillandsia terrarium. Commonly known as an Airplant, Tillandsia has the ability to grow without being rooted in soil, absorbing water and nutrients through its distinctive leaves. Whether surrounded by sand and decorative rocks inside a tabletop glass globe or accented with moss in a unique hanging glass, this terrarium is ideal for adding rare beauty to a den, office or any indoor decor. Tabletop terrarium features a fresh Tillandsia, or Airplant Large arrives in a glass globe and is accented with sand and decorative rocks; measures 5"H x 5"L x 4.25"L Small arrives in a hanging glass and is accented with reindeer moss; measures 4"H x 4"L x 7.25"L Tillandsia plant requires bright, filtered light; once a week, take out the Tillandsia and submerge in water for 20 minutes, then allow to dry before replacing in the terrarium Plant measures 4"H
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Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia
General William Tecumseh Sherman has been called "the first modern general." Not only was he a tremendous military commander, he also was very fertile (8 kids . . . dang). He was admired by many, including one of his lieutenants (and naturalist) James Wolverton, who named a Giant Sequoia after him. And that Giant Sequoia is now the world's largest tree. And guess what? Maybe you can grow one to rival General Sherman. Just get yourself a Grow Your Own World's Largest Tree kit...
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The Amazing Desktop Dinosaur Plant
This one-of-a-kind plant has lived on the Earth for over 290 million years and has the ability to “come back to life” (much like the undead) over and over again for hundreds of years! Simply place this seemingly dead ball of foliage in water and within hours it transforms into a vibrant green blood-sucking evergreen. Ok, we are kidding about the blood-sucking part...
DIY - I Love You Bean
People often talk about the "language of love" and the "hidden language and meaning of flowers and plants." Well the time has come to cram these two languages into one easy-to-grow, polyglot plant. We give you, the I Love You Bean. It's very simple to show folks you love them with this plant. Read on, and find out why. You see, the I Love You Bean is just about the best gift you can give someone...
Cactus Dish Garden
Add a touch of the Southwest to a desktop or home decor with this magnificent miniature desert landscape of assorted cacti and succulents. Gorgeous cactus dish garden is planted in hard soil with dry redwood bark The entire presentation comes to life in a handsome American Indian-style bowl Cactus plants may vary Large measures overall approximately 8"H x 7"D Small measures overall approximately 7"H x 6"D utmx_section("What's the story") What's The Story? Most species of cacti are native to North America, South America and the West Indies. The life of a single cactus can range from 25 to 300 years!