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Dome terrariums for kids by Dunecraft Get kids growing their own fabulous terrariums this winter and keep the gardening experience alive. Dune- craft, available at Chapters and other specialty


kids stores offers a wide


The Wallflower Living Frame An innovative frame filled with living plants. The Wallflower is a living piece of art that infuses any room with greenery. Have an available wall, shelf, or desktop that’s missing something? Bring the vibrancy of plants indoors with a living frame. Designed with simple care and long lasting results in mind, The Wallflower living frame makes for an especially unique gift or green addition to any room. Ideal for creative people on the go – with, or without, a green thumb. A ByNa- ture original design, wallflower living frames are available online at byna- turedesign.ca and at several retailers throughout Canada. Just check their site for a retailer near you.


assortment of projects sure to inter- est your little gardeners. Featured here are Carnivorous Creations, where chil- dren can grow their own collection of over 10 feared and famous meat eating plants; and Butterfly Glamour Garden, which offers an assortment of rainbow coloured foliage and sweet smelling blooms. Each kit comes with a grow- ing dome, decals, plant buddies to play with, instructions and an information manual. Dinosaur, farm, fairy and desert terrariums are also available. $24.95


Floral throw pillows Bring your love of the garden indoors! Throw cushions are a great way to change your decor without spending a fortune. Brighten up any room with colourful pillows to suit your mood. These are just a few of the myriad of offerings available at Bed Bath and Beyond. Go on and treat yourself! $39.99-89.99


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