|Succulent plants topped with dried sheet moss and river rocks in a terra cotta pot. I found out the hard way that dried moss STINKS when you first get it wet. It's fun though to watch it perk up instantly and turn bright green.|
|Mr. C & I celebrated our 3 year anniversary, so he surprised me with the twiggy plant/orchid in water and river rocks. Besides bamboo, I've never had a plant that survived without dirt. I'll keep you posted on how long this plant lives.|
|Another plant I have I topped with more DRIED MOSS and RIVER ROCKS. Catching the theme? Rocks and moss will make any plant look better.|
|Instant Terranium! Vintage fish bowl with 2 small plants and more MOSS and RIVER ROCKS.|
These plant ideas make great gifts - and can add a touch of green to any room with minimal effort (and cost!).