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Zen Gardens For The Anal Retentive

6/08/2012

colorful table top zen gardens

These gardens are not for me, and quite frankly, if you have kids or pets they probably are not for you either.   That’s not to say, I don’t completely love them (I do)….it’s just that I can’t imagine having the patience to create the beautiful patterns and if I did achieve such a feat, I would want to kill the creature who messed it up (very un-zen indeed).

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But for those of you who can’t keep anything green alive, but you do have a steady hand and the cool composure to garden in this way — I highly reccommend the ‘cactus in hot pink sand’ garden….it is just the thing for you.

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  1. richard mcmahan says:

    These are beautiful!
    While I have a large garden for the time being, various reasons beyond my control allow for the tragic possibility of losing it at any time. So I ask myself, ‘what will I do’ if such a thing happens. Well such examples as this post , provide a livable answer.

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