By Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune
April 10, 2014 6 a.m.
TACOMA — In a small store window in downtown Tacoma, there's an unusual landscape. Strewn across hot white sand like abandoned objects on a "Star Wars" planet sit a Bulbosa air plant, lime-green moss and a large quartz crystal. Nearby is a tiny forest, with lush ferns, lichen, lemony Scotch moss and, arching over everything, a curly ram's horn. As in, from a sheep.