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Air Plants and Terrariums - for the home and office

Doesn't it feel good to have natural, organic elements in your home and office? I truly think you feel better when you are surrounded by nature and air plants are a great addition to any setting. Are you away a lot? Do you have limited space to dedicate to plants? If so, air plants might be perfect for you. We've had fun stocking them in the store and folks are loving them. Take this mini hanging terrarium. For only $14.95 this plant is perfect for home or office. Hang in the window, over a sink or attach to a window with a suction cup. Air plants do need water but not often and no soil needed (hence the air plant name). 
If you have a little more room to dedicate, why not have us make you a larger terrarium with multiple air plants? Clear gems, natural river stones, moss, sand - the design options are limitless!  
We love these little sphere terrarium plant bowls. Add some colored sand and hit with a touch of water once a week and you are good to go! They work well with regular tropical plants, echeveria plants and other succulents
We don't currently offer these on our website but we'd be happy to assist you in person or over the phone. These make great gifts for me and women and can be sent for just about any occasion. To see more of our selection visit our website at www.sendingsmiles.com and be sure to check out our facebook page for more photos of our fresh arrivals at www.facebook.com/localflorist 

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