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Posted By Jill Fehrenbacher On May 1, 2006 @ 5:11 am In Botanical,Decorative Objects,Design,Green Lighting,Innovation | 3 Comments


These wacky Solar Night Flowers [2] are one of the stranger things I’ve seen in awhile – and I love them in all their surreal eco-weirdness. Like a cross between tacky plastic restaurant flowers and high-tech LEDs – Solar Night Flowers [2] are solar-powered, glowing plastic flowers which harness the energy of the sun during the day to illuminate your garden or patio at night. They require no electricity, and are designed for all weather conditions. Best yet, this fun bit of kitschy, sparkly goodness can be yours for just $29.99.

$29 from CozyDays.com [3]

+Solar Night Flowers

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[2] Solar Night Flowers: http://www.solarnightstore.com/s.nl/sc.2/category.4/.f

[3] $29 from CozyDays.com: http://www.cozydays.com/home_garden/solar_night_flowers_poinsettia_solar_light_691.html

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