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Humidity/Drip Bonsai Tray 13.25x9.5x0.5


Image: Humidity/Drip Bonsai Tray 13.25x9.5x0.5 Sale Price: $16.95

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Humidity/Drip Bonsai Tray 13.25x9.5x0.5
A finishing, practical addition to your bonsai living sculpture. Not only do they visually enhance the placement of your tree, but humidity/drip trays make watering simple, provide essential humidity for your tree and protect furniture from stain and damage.


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