Jewel-box garden can be inexpensive, exquisite

A jewel-box garden can be a solution for city gardeners or tight spaces by combining succulent plants and other exotics densely planted so that they resemble a woman's jewelry box filled with glittering stones, cameos, gold filigree and coral, writes horticulturist Maureen Gilmer. Glass is the most essential element of the garden and can be found in secondhand shops or with recycled material. When strategically placed, the glass glows in the sun.

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