Talk about flower power! With the Green Toys™ Build-a-Bouquet, budding florists can create countless floral arrangements while saving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk jugs, this brightly colored 44 piece set includes 4 bases, 16 stem and leaf pieces, and 24 flower pieces. The vibrant lilies, petunias, and daisies stack interchangeably in the assorted stems for limitless fun that blossoms in all seasons. It's no secret that this garden is as safe as it is fun, with no BPA, phthalates, PVC or external coatings. Packaged using recycled and recyclable materials and printed with soy inks.
Green Toys Inc.
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Our daughter received this as a birthday gift (she's 2) and it has quickly become her favorite toy. She spends time arranging flowers and then handing them to us. This toy is great for building fine motor skills, learning colors, and counting. We love it and now plan to buy more to give to her friends for their birthdays as well!
(Posted on 6/12/2016)
Fantastic for boys and girls and hours of entertainment. Great for learning and developing minds when they put them together and work with the coordinating colors. This is my 3 year old's favorite playtime activity.
(Posted on 11/28/2014)
We bought this set, split it up, and put each piece in a plastic egg for Easter egg hunt. At less than 63 cents/egg, this made our candy-free Easter more affordable. The kids loved them-especially my 2 year old. I couldn't believe how long they held her interest! Still a much loved toy! We ended up putting the pieces in a larger, sturdier container, but I appreciate the Eco-friendliness of the packaging and even the product. I generally avoid plastics, but I feel these are safer than most.
(Posted on 7/17/2014)
Both my son and my daughter love this toy. The pieces fit together well (my kids like to make really tall flowers so this is critical) but they're still easy enough for an 18 month old to pull apart. The only thing I would change is the storage box that they come in since it's flimsy and just too small. Technically all the pieces will fit in there but it requires an adult to fit them in like a puzzle so I just got a bigger box so that my kids could clean up on their own.
(Posted on 6/15/2014)