Zombie Plants From Stocking Stuffers to Party Favors

It seems that zombies are all the rage, with kids and adults alike. The what ifs spark so many conversations. These zombie plants are absolutely awesome and everyone on your list will love them!

Zombie Plants From Stocking Stuffers to Party Favors

Zombie Plants

Whether it’s through television, storesHalloween or even radio zombies seem to be everywhere. We just can’t get away from them. The conversations that arise, especially with little kids, can be quite entertaining and I must admit I don’t hate them. Loving how little minds get so creative! Thus my excitement for these plants!

The zombie plants are perfect for everyone, for so many reasons! They are entertaining and beautiful, but you can also use them to teach. I’m excited to use them to teach feelings, horticulture, science and reactions! If you missed it, check out our teaching kids science with STEM lab, the Zombie Plant would be a perfect way to use STEM to teach! Mostly though, I’m excited to play with them! We’ll have ours soon and I’ll post lots of photos!

Zombie plants are not Venus Fly Traps, though I’ll admit that’s what I thought of when I saw them initially. However, these are not that difficult. I’ll admit I’ve killed my own back in the day and it did not come back as a zombie plant. It didn’t come back at all actually, but that’s not relevant right now.

So What Makes it a Zombie Plant?

This gorgeous plant plays dead when you touch it! All of the leaves fold up and even the stem sort of lays down. Then, after a few minutes, it comes back to life. Total entertainment! Check out the zombie plant video below!

 

Isn’t that fun! It makes an absolutely fabulous gift, as not only can it be used to teach children so many things but it will entertain adults as well. Plus,having plants in ones office has a wonderful psychological effect on our mental well being. You can buy the kit or buy the seeds and start them all on your own. These will make awesome stocking stuffers and amazing birthday gifts!

Zombie Party?

They also have Zombie Plant Party Favors! How awesome is that! I know a little boy that is absolutely going to love this plant! He already has a taste for growing things and a love for the gory stuff, so it’s certainly right up his alley.

~ Tickle Me Plant Website ~Seeds ~Plant Grow Kit ~Tickle Me Plant Amazon Store ~

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The fabulous Zombie Plant is party of our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide! There are so many wonderful products, you’re sure to find something you’ll love there!

 

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4 thoughts on “Zombie Plants From Stocking Stuffers to Party Favors

  • December 10, 2019 at 2:03 am
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    What a super cool plant, I have never heard of these before! My kids would absolutely love these too. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  • December 7, 2019 at 8:57 pm
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    This is such a unique plant! It’s also a great holiday gift idea.

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  • December 7, 2019 at 4:31 pm
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    These sound so neat. I have never heard of these before nor seen them. My grandchildren will love this. Thank you so much for sharing

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  • December 7, 2019 at 4:28 pm
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    That’s really interesting! I had no idea there were plants that did this. That’s pretty cool.

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