Modern Lavender Trio
Nothing says "you deserve to relax" like soothing lavender. Delight their sensesand bring a little peace and serenity their waywith the soft beauty and rich aroma of our own lavender trio. Planted in a wooden window box for a modern sensibility that brings smiles to the traditional and trendy alike. Trio of fresh and fragrant lavender plants arrive blooming with sensuous purple flowers Dark brown wooden window box planter brings a look of modern sophistication to any decor; measures 15"W x 6.5"L Ideal for brightening up apartments or small spaces Later, they can dry the lavender blooms for lasting scent and to make potpourri Plants measure 4"D each Once the blooms expire, you can plant your perennial outside for lasting beauty; with continued care, it will flourish every year
Desktop Carnivorous Plant Set
Here at ThinkGeek, we truly understand you have needs. Especially at work where minutes often last hours and hours become days. You need to be entertained, you don't want your neurons to prematurely atrophy. You crave stimulation. You crave a Carnivorous desktop plant set. Perfect for the casual office worker who delights in watching insects slowly meet their makers as they are painfully digested by an engaging variety of meat-sucking flora. Nothing quite like it...
Root Vue Farm
Multiple Award Winner, including Dr. Toy and Oppenheim Gold! One unfortunate fact about gardening is that you don't see a lot of the magic because it's under the ground. It's all fine and dandy to plant seeds and then watch them sprout, but what about the other half of the plant? Sure, you could dig up the plant to see the roots, but then it's just about dead. If only there was a sort of ant farm for vegetables.....
DIY - I Love You Bean
People often talk about the "language of love" and the "hidden language and meaning of flowers and plants." Well the time has come to cram these two languages into one easy-to-grow, polyglot plant. We give you, the I Love You Bean. It's very simple to show folks you love them with this plant. Read on, and find out why. You see, the I Love You Bean is just about the best gift you can give someone...
Grow Your Own Sweet Leaf
"Roses are red, Violets are blue, Sugar is sweet, But Stevia is about 300 times as sweet as sugar, and is zero calories. YAY! Sugar makes everything taste better, but sometimes you don't want all the calories associated with the delicious white powder. Or, perhaps, you have to limit your sugar intake for medical reasons. One easy solution is Stevia - a naturally sweet plant, sometimes called sweet leaf. It's so sweet, in fact, it's about 300 times as sweet as sugar. And now you can grow your own, with this aptly titled Grow Your Own Sweet Leaf kit. Each Grow Your Own Sweet Leaf kit has everything you need to grow your own sweeties (except for water, sunlight, and show tunes). This kit is great for science projects, enhancing your DIY cooking supplies, or as a gift. Imagine what you can tell someone when you give them the gift of a Grow Your Own Sweet Leaf kit: ""I'm giving this to you because you're hundreds of times sweeter than sugar."" See? So get a Grow Your Own Sweet Leaf kit now, and add some sweetness to your life. Grow Your Own Sweet Leaf Everything you need to grow your own Stevia plant. Stevia plants are up to 300 times as sweet as sugar. Stevia makes a great sweetener, especially for those with special dietary restrictions (diabetics, weight management, allergies, etc.). Includes: Stevia Seeds, Terrarium with Lid, Background Card, Planting Stake, Gravel, Planting Mixture, and Instructions/Information Sheet. Terrarium Dimensions: 5.6"" x 3"" x 6""."
Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia
General William Tecumseh Sherman has been called "the first modern general." Not only was he a tremendous military commander, he also was very fertile (8 kids . . . dang). He was admired by many, including one of his lieutenants (and naturalist) James Wolverton, who named a Giant Sequoia after him. And that Giant Sequoia is now the world's largest tree. And guess what? Maybe you can grow one to rival General Sherman. Just get yourself a Grow Your Own World's Largest Tree kit...
Grow Your Own Banana Tree
"Ah, bananas. You can tally them. You can feed them to monkeys. You can pretend they are guns and rob banks in silent comedies and cartoons. AND, they are high in potassium! Oh, and if a bad guy is chasing you, you can so totally drop the banana peel on the floor to create instant hilarity! But here are two things you might not have known. 1. The ""banana tree"" is not actually a tree; it's the world's largest herb. 2. If you get one of these Grow Your Own Banana Tree kits, you'll have almost everything you need to, well, grow your own banana tree (that's really an herb). See, each Grow Your Own Banana Tree comes with everything you need to grow some nanners except for water, sunlight, and unadulterated monkey love. The package is actually a mini greenhouse, and it's guaranteed by the manufacturer to grow. Once the banana tree (we're gonna just call it that for ease, so hush) sprouts, it will grow about a foot in the first month. Treat it right, and you'll have a six foot tree on your hands in about a year. Of course, actually growing fruit will take a bit longer, but if you work hard at it (and don't forget all the monkey love), your Grow Your Own Banana Tree kit could eventually yield fruit! MONKEY LOVES BANANAS! Grow Your Own Banana Tree Banana trees are easy and fun to grow - so grow your own, already. The banana tree grows about a foot in its first month and as much as six feet in its first year. Actually, it's not a tree at all; it's the world's largest herb! Includes: Banana tree seeds, windowsill greenhouse, planting mixture, and instructions/information sheet. Package (Greenhouse) Dimensions: 9"" x 4.5"" x 6"""
The Amazing Desktop Dinosaur Plant
This one-of-a-kind plant has lived on the Earth for over 290 million years and has the ability to “come back to life” (much like the undead) over and over again for hundreds of years! Simply place this seemingly dead ball of foliage in water and within hours it transforms into a vibrant green blood-sucking evergreen. Ok, we are kidding about the blood-sucking part...