Moshi Monsters to launch kids gardening range at today's BBC Gardeners' World Live

Online children's game Moshi Monsters is launching as a gardening brand.

Moshi Monsters
Moshi Monsters
Moshi Monsters and national charity The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) have linked to produce a Moshi Monster branded tools and seeds range to be launched at the BBC Gardeners’ World Live Show which starts today (12 June 2014) at Birmingham NEC.
 
The range, aimed at the 5-10 year old age group, will include a spade, hoe, hand trowel, hand rake, bucket, wheelbarrow, kneeler pad, rake, garden brush, hand fork, watering can and gloves. Tools are from Spear and Jackson, while seeds are from Kings, who are distributors.
 
Seeds include purple peas, chocolate chillies and cucamelon! Point of sale displays will be include Moshi Monsters branding. The full range will be at Glee at Birmingham’s NEC in September.
 
The Mind Candy online game Moshi Monsters includes growing plants.

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