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to plant, or not to plant


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i’ve been spotting a lot of terrariums and indoor planters being pinned lately, so i thought i’d head over to etsy and round up my favourite offerings from the site – how beautiful is that scandi-style beaded hanging planter?

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  1. This is totally about to be a big trend. The Balcony Gardener is doing a ‘Museum of Terrariums’ at Squint during the Chelsea Fringe- forwarding you invite now x

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