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Super Mario Fire Flower Garden Statue: No Green Thumb Required

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This Super Mario Fire Flower Garden Statue is going to look great keeping watch over your garden. You never know when a plumber might happen by and need some fireballs after all.

The 12-inch resin statue weighs 3.5 pounds and is meant to be displayed in a flower bed so your neighbors can say, “Hey, I like that game too.” You can plant it indoors if you want, too, even in a dark room. The great thing about a resin plant like this is that it’s pretty much impossible to kill it from neglect. It  There’s just one sad catch. You can’t get any actual fireballs from this flower.

This is a good start, but I think you need to go full Super Mario on your garden. That means you also need some 1up mushrooms, a few coin boxes, maybe a Koopa or two, and a vine that leads into the clouds. Now that’s a garden. Even without all of those extras, this is a nice way to add some color into your garden, because let’s face it, it’s probably more of a weed patch than a garden right?


Help your garden grow today over at ThinkGeek, where you can get your own Fire Flower for just $24.99.



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