Sam's garden box
|This article describes a concept which is mentioned in J.R.R. Tolkien's works, but was never given a definite name.|
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It contained earth from Galadriel's orchard, the earth was like grey dust, soft and fine, and in the middle of which was a seed, like a small nut with a silver shell.
After the Scouring of the Shire, Sam planted saplings in all the places where specially beautiful and beloved trees had been destroyed, and he put a grain of the precious dust in the soil at the root of each. The little silver nut he planted in the Party Field to replace the Party Tree, and the nut grew into a Mallorn tree: "the only Mallorn west of the Mountains and east of the Sea, and one of the finest in the world".
|Gifts of Galadriel|
|Andúril's sheath · Elfstone · Boromir's belt · Merry and Pippin's belts · Bow of the Galadhrim · Sam's garden box · Hair of Galadriel · Phial of Galadriel|