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TMNT Flower Pots: Heroes in Your Herb Garden

by Paul Strauss
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While I usually associate the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with unhealthy food like pizza, it turns out the turtles can also be used to encourage healthy eating. Assuming, that is, that you plant some delicious edible plants and herbs in these TMNT flower pots and don’t use them to serve slices of cold pizza.

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They’re handpainted by artist John Moriarty, and 50 bucks buys you the complete set of four pots, including Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michaelangelo.¬†And if you don’t have a green thumb, you could always use these for storing pens, pencils, action figures, katanas or other whatnots.

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You can find the full set over on Ginger Pots Etsy shop, where you can also fill your garden with pots adorned with Mario, Sonic, Optimus Prime and The Avengers among others.

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