Small potted flowersyou can use artificial if you'd like it indoors
Roll of moss
Line the bottom of the bird cage with moss and cut a strip about 4-inches high.
Run that strip around the inside of the bird cage to act as a Remove the plant from the plastic pot and placed it inside the bird cage, gently and very carefully threading the stems through the cage bars. I had to fit three plants into the cage, so I carefully pushed them against the sides of the cage to fit them all in.
The last thing is to add water to your birdcage flower planter. Obviously, this won't be ideal for an indoor plant as the water will drain through the moss and out the bottom of the cage. This plant is for the outdoors.
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