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Kreative Gardens of Miami, FL holds the patent on this Root Orb planting system for tropicals and house plants.
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Where do you find the root orb ?
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http://kreativegardens.net/Kreative_Gardens/Welcome.html
Kreative Gardens of Miami, FL holds the patent on this Root Orb planting system for tropicals and house plants.
Debra Prinzing photograph
November 22, 2012 at 9:36am   
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This is a bird's nest fern (Asplenium nidus 'Victoria'), its roots contained in a patent-pending cocofiber ball called a Root Orb. It's a clever way to display a houseplant without all the dirt. See the next photo for how I set it inside a glass bowl.

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