Although, as plant posts go, its not that impressive.
This is one of those teardrop shaped hanging water globes, the kind you used to see a lot of in the 70's. Actually, those memories of them from my childhood is probably why I bought it for a dollar when I saw at Goodwill.
People would put an "ivy" in them (meaning pothus) or any one of those standard twiny plants that root easily in water. Very occasionally, I'd see them in the 80's with a betta fish. Which always kind of annoyed me, because, as a general rule, fish shouldn't be airborne...
Anyway, I bought it and then I got a case of acute indifference and it sat around in the way for about 6 months. This morning it got a little too much in the way. So I took a cutting off a Syngonium(the tag says Nephthytis 'Exotic Allusion' which is surprising that it's an actual named variety because it looks pretty much Like the standard nephthytis to me) and I put in there.
But it wouldn't stand up right, kept trying to tip out.
So I found some of those 'water pearls' that I had. I got those at Dollar Tree, where everything is one dollar, originally I got them to mix into the putting soil of hanging planters. They help keep the plants moist and I don't have to water 5 times a day. Supposedly, they're biodegradable, but I don't know what they're made from so I'm reserving judgment. Put those in there, and there we go.
About 2 bucks total... not bad,huh?