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Sandstone Garden
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Sandstone Garden

A magnificent seven. Rich in abundance and vibrant color, our lush dish garden collects a mix of seven fresh and beautiful green plants: Spathiphyllum, Silver Philodendron, Croton, Red Fittonia, Lemon Lime, Nephthytis and Purple Waffle. Presented in a classic planter, it's a truly original surprise that always brings lasting smiles.
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A magnificent seven. Rich in abundance and vibrant color, our lush dish garden collects a mix of seven fresh and beautiful green plants: Spathiphyllum, Silver Philodendron, Croton, Red Fittonia, Lemon Lime, Nephthytis and Purple Waffle. Presented in a classic planter, it's a truly original surprise that always brings lasting smiles.

  • Oversized dish garden of Spathiphyllum, Silver Philodendron, Croton, Red Fittonia, Lemon Lime, Nephthytis and Purple Waffle
  • Classic round terra cotta-colored planter; measures 12"D
  • Once the blooms expire on your plant, you can plant your perennial outside for lasting beauty; with continued care, your perennial plant will flourish every year

 

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