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Daisy Smith
tea pots and lamps position. note.
   
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Kate Burtina
Ferns also love Epsom Salts. Photo of fern in West Melbourne
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mingus707

A word of caution though . They can escape into bush land and become an invasive environmental weed very easily. Keep them in containers and they should be okay.

   

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