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The Magic Garden

I’ve personally never seen these before, but perhaps someone here could shed some light on this little gem.

5 Comments to The Magic Garden

  1. From what I remember it takes a few hours for the leaves and everything to “grow”.

  2. Sacha on December 1st, 2011
  3. Here is a web page telling you what you want to know.

    http://www.growingtreetoys.com/product/magic-garden-science-kit

    And a Youtube video.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5ZuPVjUcK0

  4. Kenkire on December 3rd, 2011
  5. They still make these if you know where to look!

    You mix a special powder with water and pour it into the base and the paper tree trunks and stuff soak up the mixture and the crystals (some kind of salt) form on the branches and look like leaves!

  6. Stephanie on December 3rd, 2011
  7. They actually sell a version of this at walmart in the childrens education section as a science set. Basically, using either powerder and water, or a premade gel, you plave the cardboard on the stands. The liquid soaks up the cordboard and creates white crystals, but with the help of coloring at the end of the papers, it changes the crystals color. the kits at walmart sell for around $10. My wife got me one actually the other day as a joke, little does she know i think its cool

  8. Kris on December 15th, 2011
  9. My sister and I used to get one every Christmas from our grandparents. Found it a couple of years ago and set it up again and it was just as exciting as always. It looks like fairy floss trees.

  10. Kayla on April 9th, 2012

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