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Sedum Terrarium Bottle

A modern reinterpretation of the classic terrarium, this indoor garden is constructed from sustainable materials and contains everything needed to grow a living carpet of sedum in a repurposed wine bottle.Read More

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A modern reinterpretation of the classic terrarium, this indoor garden is constructed from sustainable materials and contains everything needed to grow a living carpet of sedum in a repurposed wine bottle.

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  • Manufacturer: Potting Shed Creations
  • Includes: Seeds, upcycled wine bottle, recycled glass pebbles, soil-less growing medium, bamboo tool, ribbon band, directions
  • Use: Follow included growing and care instructions
  • Dimensions: 2¾" x 7¾"
  • Made in USA
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Reminded of the Terrariums my Grandpa used to make.
Michelle L on Mar 6, 2017
Reminded of the Terrariums my Grandpa used to make.
Michelle L on Mar 6, 2017
 

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