So it didn't work when the whole thing had a layer of soil then a layer of sand (soil rose and mixed with the sand when watered, though may work with a tiny pot with a small cactus in submerged into the bowl full of sand, the only soil being in the pot. Possibly cut the rim off to hide under sand in shallower container.
plant window screen, nicely filled in! I would have milkglass planters. My hemp neutral curtains on a rod would stay and my table would be a thrifted find in wood. Not as glamorous but I love the idea.
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