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TMCNet:  Forget Roses...This Valentine's Day Gift Plant Kit Will Tickle the Hearts of the Ones You Love

[February 01, 2013]

Forget Roses...This Valentine's Day Gift Plant Kit Will Tickle the Hearts of the Ones You Love

New York, NY, Feb 01, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- This Valentine's Day - grow a TickleMe Plant that closes its leaves when tickled or blown a kiss. This sensitive plant will touch the hearts and bring a smile to the faces of those who tickle it.

In fact, TickleMe Plants are the only real live plants that react to affection. The leaves close in seconds and re-open in minutes. Adult TickleMe Plant can produce sparking pink flowers as well.

It is a great way to tickle the hearts of loved ones, by giving them a TickleMe Plant kit to grow a TickleMe Plant for Valentine's Day or any occasion.

See a TickleMe Plant in action at http://www.ticklemeplant.com TickleMe Plants are easy to grow from seeds. The TickleMe Plant Company offers many educational fun kits, gift box sets and even a party favor to grow a TickleMe Plant in. This Valentine's Day, The full version of "I Love My TickleMe Plant" song is available as a download.

Larry Chipkin is the President of the TickleMe Plant(TM) Company. Larry says "Sending or giving someone a kit to grow a TickleMe Plant is also a romantic and a unique way of sharing your love of nature. Unlike roses, they won't be dead in a week or two." A seed packet can easily be added to your Valentine's Day cards as well.

TickleMe Plant growing kits also can be found on Amazon.com and in most science, nature and gardening catalogs - such as Edmunds Scientifics and the National Gardening Association's Catalog.- as well as in select stores.

TickleMe Plants(TM) are great for science fair projects, birthday and holiday gifts, any time of the year.

For more information contact: Larry Chipkin, TickleMe Plant Company, Inc. http://www.TickleMePlant.com Phone or Fax 845-350-4800 Larry(at)TickleMePlant(dot)com Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/2/prweb10284379.htm PRWeb.com

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