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Secret Garden

ou’ve poured a candle, painted, brimming with all the fixings to make a tabletop hardscape. It’s simple: Pop into the Carmel mercantile to pick any shape and size glass vessel; add some sand, moss, and colored rocks; then choose your air plant—or multiple, if you love all the palm-sized bulbosas, brachycauloses, and caput medusae. And why not load up? The low-maintenance littles receive nutrients from the air and only need to be watered once a week.

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