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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool

Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool

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Anything I can grow on my desk in my office that is even remotely interesting is good enough for me to make my day a little brighter. The Grow A Head is a little planter designed with a funny face with grass growing out of the top to resemble hair. Trim/style the grass/hair as desired. I know it's kinda for kids, but I think it's pretty cool.

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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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Grow A Head - Not Exactly The Green Head, But Still Cool
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