The TickleMe Plant Company Honors Johnny Appleseed Day with, “Take Your TickleMe Plant to School Day.”

On September 26th, 2019, "Take Your TickleMe Plant to School Day," will be inaugurated. Kids and everyone who loves nature will have the opportunity to add or grow the Plant that "closes its leaves when Tickled" to their classroom.

August 17, 2019 —

Pawling, New York: TickleMe Plant Company is proud to announce a new holiday celebration that it is promoting called "Take Your TickleMe Plant to School Day." The day will be on September 26th, 2019, which is Johnny Appleseed Day, in honor of the great American lover of Nature. Now you can plant seeds and excite people about nature like Johnny Appleseed.

In honor of Johnny Appleseed's seed planting effort, the first 25 Teachers who send a self-addressed stamped envelope to The TickleMe Plant Company, 60 Hurd's Corner Road, Pawling, N.Y., 12564 will receive a free packet of TickleMe Plant seeds for their classroom.

The TickleMe Plant Company chose to honor Johnny Appleseed, one of the most respected lovers of nature, nurseryman, and conservationists in American history on his birthday, Sept 26. According to Wikipedia, in early 1792 Johnny Appleseed began walking west as did many immigrant settlers. Starting in Massachusetts, Johnny began planting Apple nurseries on unclaimed land. He was known for being very fond of and respectful of plants and animals.

It's a great opportunity for kids and those young at heart to learn about nature and how to grow these amazing plants at home and in their classrooms year round, indoors. Students and Teachers are encouraged to plant their TickleMe Plant Seeds and TickleMe Plant kits NOW so their plants can start growing and they can share them. Another idea is to have TickleMe Plant seeds or a classroom kit ready to plant with the class on September 26th or any other time that is convenient for the teacher.

To purchase your kits NOW, to grow your own TickleMe Plants indoors, year-round, please visit the Amazon Store or put this link https://www.amazon.com/ticklemeplant in your search address bar.

The "Take Your TickleMe Plant to School Day," idea was created to help encourage children and young people to take an interest in nature. We have observed in classrooms and heard from customers, that children who have learned how exciting it is to grow and care for their TickleMe Plants were more likely to enjoy and explore nature and gardening in the future.

To make things easier, TickleMe Plant Company offers more than twenty high-quality TickleMe Plant kits and accessories on their Amazon Store. A variety of products are available including plant seed packets, a greenhouse garden kit with science activity cards, and The TickleMe Plant Book.

Planting the TickleMe Plant will add life to the classroom. They are an interactive and very entertaining classroom plant for all grade levels. The kits work well as a glorious beginning of the year gift for Teachers or as a classroom experience that will bring smiles to everyone's face and a memory that will never be forgotten.

For more information, please contact 845-350-4800, Larry@ticklemeplant.com, or visit www.ticklemeplant.com.

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Name: Larry Chipkin
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Organization: TickleMe Plant Company, Inc
Website: http://www.ticklemeplant.com/

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