My favorite find this weekend is this Diane Arbus book that I got for $1!
I found a shriner planter for $5.
A pink haeger planter for $1
A Woman's Day Book of House Plants from 1963 for $1.
It offers this advice for a poison free pest control plan for your window garden.
There is another way of freeing your house plants from insects and at the same time introducing a new and delightful pet into the family. Buy a chameleon and let him loose in the window garden. This interesting little creature will dine on aphids and mealy bugs, red spiders, and even a housefly or two if one comes within range. Buy a pair and you will not only be free of pest but in late winter will enjoy watching their courting. The gentleman turns bright green when in love. So, in a hue of brilliant emerald he trails after his lady up and down the stems of the vines. All the while he blows out a small orange bubble at his throat. The lady, ever a little ahead, glances back invitingly over her shoulder to be sure her spouse is following. Your pair may even have young. And newly hatched chameleon infants are enchanting.
Nice. This was also when people were eating their tuna fish in jello. Good times.