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Funky Grass Head
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Funky Grass Head

A Funky Grass Head is an awesome kids’ gardening project for the holidays and so simple, yielding exciting results in just a week. Kids will love watching their grass head sprout hair and keep growing. And, when it’s really long, they can trim it like a hairdresser.

Click on this link to download the guide to make your very own Funky Grass Head

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