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Post  Josh on Mon Feb 13, 2012 10:45 pm

I also bought a pot that you hang and let water drip.


You fill it full of water, and then there is a stick that you twist into the hole, the tighter the stick is twisted the less it drips.


I also bought the moss container that goes with it, you hang the water drip pot over the moss container and let it slowly drip to keep the moss wet.

You wouldn't want to have it that close, but I couldn't get it all in the picture if I made it farther away.

The moss was really cool looking, some of it was blooming little red flowers, and white flowers.


The man that made the medieval watering pot made these too.
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Post  wncsohn on Fri Feb 17, 2012 4:32 pm

I like the little pot it's dripping into!

And we have that moss growing wild in our back yard! Lots of "rock" back there in the area it's at. I noticed when we were back there in January that it was blooming. I thought it looked so neat!

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