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Gazing Balls (was: A Third Option?)


Hi,

Have any of you gazing ball fans seen the new stainless steel ones? 
They range in size from 4" to 20" and come in silver, gold, blue, and
red.  And the neatest part is the smaller sizes will float in a water
garden!!  Another plus is they won't break.

Josh
Iowa
z 4

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