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Glass Watering Can

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The cool new Glass Watering Can is functional, decorative, and uniquely unexpected. Fill it with water and use it as a traditional watering can for your houseplants or use it as a vase for your fresh cut flowers in between waterings. It's the first watering can you don't need to hide.

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