Paint & Plant Flower Growing Kit
Last updated date: March 1, 2021
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This indoor garden comes with a tin planter, soil, seed packets, a watering bottle and a shovel. Children can paint the container first with the included paint strip, brushes and palette, and then sow and grow their seeds.
In our analysis, the Paint & Plant Paint & Plant Flower Growing Kit placed 3rd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Paint & plant your own small garden: Paint the planter and plant markers, and sow the Marigold, Cosmos, and Zinnia flowers - with vibrant colors and pleasant scents. Follow along with the included step-by-step instructions. Make it unique: When it comes to the design, the sky is the limit! Feel free to express your creativity on the planter and plant markers. Kit includes: Tin Planter (12 * 4.5 * 4 inches), plastic liner, soil, 3 seed packets, 6-color paint strip, 2 paint brushes, paint palette, 3 wooden plant markers, shovel, watering bottle, and beautiful instruction booklet. A fun and educational gift for all ages: It's not often that a fun project can be educational, but this flower growing kit achieves both! It fascinates children as soon as they pull it out of the box and teaches them the lifecycle of plants and botany. With the freedom to draw, paint, and plant as they please, every child is guaranteed to have a blast. STEM.org authenticated educational product: This product has been evaluated by STEM.org and has been authenticated to meet the highest standards of STEM learning. 100% satisfaction guaranteed: Love it, or your money back! We're sure that the child will have a blast, but if you are not satisfied with the kit we'll refund you 100% of the money, no questions asked.
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