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Succulent zen garden

Karesansui is the Japanese name of zen garden, meaning dry mountain and water garden. Miniature zen gardens are used as home decor in living room or desktop.

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An actual Zen Garden is usually outdoors and takes much space. this Large Desk Top Zen Garden takes little room and was handcrafted to - Modern Gardening

Drill a hole in a large pebble or rock using a diamond core drill (https://www.eternaltools.com/diamond-core-drills) and fill with soil and succulents or air plants - such a lovely idea!

Carved out stones for mini planters. Pretty stone, meet Dremel and a diamond core drill Then add succulent.

Desktop Zen Garden, Nature Package: 12" Circular Wooden Tray, 16oz Sand & 3 Cement Spheres

Create your own modern zen garden with this trio of nature-themed spheres! It's small enough to fit on the tabletop or office desktop, but big enough to fit cement spheres. Tray with Bubbles,

Kokedama ~ Japanese in origin, a kokedama is a tabletop Moss Ball that contains a plant or bonsai. This one is a Rabbit's Foot fern and rests on a curved stone plinth. bringing a quiet, gentle pocket of nature to a desktop.