Grow and Paint Your Own Desert Island

  • Grow and Paint Your Own Desert Island
    Grow and Paint Your Own Desert Island
    Product ID: 5015934312704
    Category: Books
    Description: Grow five different types of cactus with the Grow and Paint Your Own Desert Island. The bright blue planter is just waiting to be decorated using the paint and stickers provided (or any you have around the house from other Book People purchases). After finishing this, all children have to do is plant the seeds and wait for them to grow. Then it's just a case of putting the lid on and letting the cactus sprout before fixing the drought. Box size 240 x 240mm Ages 3 plus Contents: 4 pots of paint, 2 plant signs, 2 seed packets, 1 coconut fibre bag, 1 paintbrush, 1 planter and lid, 1 desert vulture piece, 1 wooden stick, 1 A4 sticker sheet, 1 bag of sand, easy-to-follow instructions Growing time is dependent on planting conditions and growing seasons. Marigolds will usually grow within 6-7 weeks and cactuses may take significantly longer.
    Delivery time: 3 - 5 working days
    Delivery cost: 2.95
    Price: £6.99
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