Graveyard Gothic Garden

31 10 2009

When a body dies, many customs involve digging a deep hole, placing the body within, and covering it with dirt. When a plant is desired to grow, normally you have to dig a hole, place the seed within, and cover it with dirt. Kind of a creepy parallel. One is an end to life, the other a beginning. Pretty morbid. But then, so is this Graveyard Gothic Garden. Inside you’ll find some of the strangest plants you’ll ever have the pleasure to grow!

The Graveyard Gothic Garden celebrates plants that are strange and unusual. Even the seeds of some of these plants are bizarre. You’ll grow Black Dragon Coleus (one of the few black plants in the world), Aloe (prized by witches and exorcists alike), Dragon Tree (a plant with a ghostly seed), Sensitive Plant (it moves when touched), and Moonflower (many spells attached to this one). Plant the seeds in their graves, decorate your garden with blood colored rocks and tombstone stakes, add water, and watch out. The plants you grow with your Graveyard Gothic Garden (and the folks who admire them) are very spooky indeed!

  • Grow all sorts of weird plants with this deliciously evil little garden.
  • You’ll grow: Aloe (Aloe Succotrina), Dragon Tree (Dracaena Draco), Sensitive Plant (Mimosa Pudica), Black Dragon Coleus ( Coleus blumei), and Moonflower (Ipomea Crimson Rambler).
  • Includes: growing dome, planting mixture, 5 seed packs, 3 (fake) skulls and 2 large (fake) spiders, 3 gothic photo decals, 1 bag of blood rock, and an instructions/information manual
  • Dimensions: 8″ diameter x 7″ tall
Happy Halloween Everyone!
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