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Cone Garden by Livescape Hailing all the way from Korea, Livescape presents this hillock formed from inverted traffic cones as a way of reconciling the man-made with nature. Besides serving as planters for a handful of different flowers, the cones also conceal noisemakers that respond to touch, playing the sounds of the wind or ocean waves.

Alys Fowler, author of The Edible Garden, picks mint in her 18m x 6m back garden where she grows an amazing mixture of fruit, herbs, decorative and edible flowers and vegetables in packed borders.

Floating Dunes

Floating Dune: Even if you live far from the ocean, you can keep the sand dunes nearby with this lovely terrarium kit to hang or sit on a window sill. Complete with 5.25"orb, plant and shells. $22.50.

15 Kochia Scoparia Seeds-1241

I'd feel like I live in a Dr. Seuss book if these were in my yard. But they are so pretty! // Kochia Scoparia Seeds evergreen foliage plant for landscapes. Position: full sun/part shade Soil: Any soil Rate of growth: rapid ~ Hardiness: fully hardy Height: 15 to 36 inches Native: Europe, Asia and Australasia. Growing Region: Zones 2 to 10. Flowers: Summer. Flower Details: Light green, white. Hairy flowers Foliage: Green through to red!