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The one, the only, Chris Lundgren, will be at MJBIZCON - Vegas. Join Chris & the rest of the team in booth C4435. See you soon!




This Nutrient Delivery System installation is off the wall! Great use of space and clean installation by MicroAg in Tulsa, Oklahoma.




This plants can reduce components of , even volatile organic compounds such as , , , and . They also reduce airborne microbes and increase humidity. Researchers from have approved this as an air .




Congratulations to Grolife Eco Products Pty Ltd for obtaining our exclusive agency rights in Australia. Let us work together!













Mix modern and natural elements with this four tier plant stand. It features a minimalist geometric design with four square platforms made from solid iron in a matte black finish. Please retweet!







The covering of the plant's soil surface in the picture is real stone. They are too heavy and not shiny. If we use our polypebbles, they are light and shiny. It will look even better.




This indoor planter shows what can be done with hardy, low-maintenance houseplants. Use something like a fern or a palm. Just give it enough room for the leaves! Check out more indoor garden ideas in my post




Sunshine #4 ~ I think I’m in love 😍 You’re looking at a single plant which I’m expecting to get close to, possibly even break, 3 lbs. Yes, there’s a filter, the photo was taken under full spectrum lighting & a bit overexposed.



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The new colors of polypebbles give you a different visual impact. Large Pebbles Coverage (approx 2" to 3" in size): High-Density Coverage: approx 3 ' x 1' per bag Low-Density Coverage: approx 4' x 1' per bag







Prime Gardener offers live and artificial indoor house/office/hotel plants available for hire. ORDER NOW! Call - 8888974656 / 9850694656 for enquiry Email - info@primegardener.com Visit -













Covering the surface of potted plants with polypebbles will mask the soil but will not affect the top dressing of the plants.



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