This tiny bit of green can be carried around in your pocket or your purse. Anywhere, really. This time of year, succulents are going crazy producing babies, so I used some little Hen and Chick seedlings to make this pocket garden in an Altoid tin. (via Elizabeth Abernathy: Repurpose: Altoid Tin Pocket Garden)

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