Thursday, February 5

In Vitro Orchid - a novel alternative to your everyday bouquet

Valentine's Day is coming up - have you noticed stores already stocking extra bouquets and plants? Anyone can send flowers, but they only last so long (and that's if you don't kill them like I do). Why not send something that will last a little longer, all without the needs of a houseplant? Enter the In Vitro Orchid, a tiny infant plant that lives in a test tube. A nutrient-rich gel supplies all that this orchid needs to grow in its sterilized test tube. No water or maintenance necessary - biotechnology does the work for you. When the plant reaches the top of the tube simply transfer to potting soil (not included - this is the part where I would kill the little guy). $30 at Uncommon Goods.


mommy4life said...

That is such a novel idea. But I'm sure I would kill it when potting it, if my cat didn't eat it first.

Denyse said...

What a neat idea! I love Uncommon Goods. They always have the coolest stuff.
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog from SITS.
Oh, and I love your title header. Adorable!

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