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Monopoly Go Green
monopoly go green

Your favourite marathon board game has gone green – literally! In an effort to raise awareness of eco-friendly building solutions, Hasbro has released this special edition of Monopoly that allows players to earn more money by ‘greening up’ their properties.

In this edition, greenhouses and dice are made of FSC certified wood from well-managed forests, and tokens are made with plant-based plastic derived from sugarcane, a renewable raw material. The package, gameboard, game guide, money, cards, storage bag, insert, and money tray are made with 100% recycled paper. Pre-order yours now – releasing September 2021.

Bottle Farm
bottle farm

Did you know that 1 million plastic bottles are sold every minute? That’s a lot of waste. But your plastic bottles don’t have to go to landfill or become downcycled in a process that could create carbon emissions – instead Bottle Farm gives you a kit to turn them into mini indoor farms!

With each kit, you get a nutrient rich ‘Plant Fuel’, seeds, bottle stands and more! You can get your kit for £24.99 here.

ASOS carrot jumper
asos

ASOS Design is going all out with their printed jumpers! From their now iconic cloud-print jumper to flowers, flames and everything in between, ASOS’ own brand of clothing is nailing outrageous patterns that will make your grandma give you the side-eye.

This carrot-print jumper is no different, and will definitely turn heads at the allotment! Get it now while it’s still hot!

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Impatiens niamniamensis, or the Congo Cockatoo, has the most wonderfully bright and colourful bird-shaped flowers! It comes from tropical Africa, but is widely cultivated, with many clones producing unusual coloured flowers - not just red and yellow ❤💛 ... See MoreSee Less
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