Grow Your Own Coffee
Enjoy coffee from seed to cup! We love drinking coffee. We love the taste, the smell, the warmth, and the zen imposed on us as we spend time grinding the beans ourselves. Such a lovely overall experience - from grinding the beans to brewing the coffee to savoring it as we check our social network sites . . . um . . . we mean, start working for the day. Well, let's take that connection to our beverage even further, by growing the coffee ourselves. And you can, too - you just need one of these Grow Your Own Coffee kits! Each Grow Your Own Coffee kit has everything you need to grow your own beans. Just follow the easy-to-follow instructions (the packaging is actually a greenhouse) and in 3-4 weeks you'll be seeing sprouts! Grow 'em at work, grow 'em at home, you can even grow 'em with your kids (hey, better to learn about coffee from you than on the playground). Get a Grow Your Own Coffee kit today - who knows, the coffee you drink in the future might be your own! Plants grow in greenhouse packaging and sprout in 3-4 weeks! Ages: safe for ages 4 and up (with parental supervision, naturally). Includes: coffee bean seeds, windowsill greenhouse, planting mixture, and information & instruction sheet. Greenhouse Dimensions: 9"" x 4.5"" x 6"""
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