Birdhouse Succulent Planter
Birdhouse Succulent Planter
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Birdhouse Succulent Planter

If you like little birds, succulents, and places fairies might hang out, this is the design for you.

$80.00

Absolutely love this birdhouse

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Birdhouse is the perfect size for small birds. All of the succulents came alive and they are all different. Once it shipped it only took two days to arrive. It's a Christmas gift for my boyfriend who loves birds and gardening so this is perfect for him.

Gardnerville, NV

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