Weeplant ‘Pinky Tree' Helps Replant US Forests

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Apr 3, 2009 • References: pinkytree
Pinky Tree is a tiny plant that lives in a 2" incubator capsule. It can be used as a key chain, a handbag or mobile phone charm, or as desktop decor.

The little plant will grow inside the capsule for 6 to 12 months. Once it outgrows the confines, you can move it to a real pot. It’s an easy process: Take the lid off the capsule and put the plant into a new pot filled with potting soil.

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