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New Grogu Gardening Tote, Tools Available For Green Thumbs

So you love “Star Wars” and have a green thumb. You know who ELSE fits that description? Grogu aka Baby Yoda! You can get yourself a cool tool kit with the little guy featured on the tote. Entertainment Earth has this for pre-order and it will be shipping in May. Which is pretty perfect because April showers bring May flowers.

Ahh… gardening with Grogu. What more could you ask for? It’s a place for everything and everything in its place with the Star Wars The Mandalorian Grogu Garden Tote Bag with Tools – a complete gardening set in a sturdy and durable polyester canvas bag with long carrying straps. The gardening tools – a digging trowel, a planting trowel, and a garden cultivator – are steel with wooden handles, and they tuck securely into the individual exterior pockets. Three exterior pockets for added storage, a stain-resistant interior, and that adorable heat-transfer image of the Child make this the ideal gardening kit for any Star Wars fan!

Order yours today and get another for a friend! 5 7/10 dry-quart capacity.

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Three steel garden tools (broad-face trowel, narrow-face trowel, cultivator / hand rake) with wooden handles; durable 600D polyester exterior construction; stain-resistant interior; three exterior pockets for added storage; each tool tucked securely into an exterior pocket.

Grogu is known by many names – The Child, Baby Yoda, kid – but you probably know him best as the pint-sized Force-wielding hero in The Mandalorian whose origins are not completely clear. This adorable little green guy is the youngest 50-year-old this side of Coruscant, capable of moving objects with his powers while searching for snacks in a galaxy far, far away. Grogu belongs in your Star Wars collection.

You can check out the listing on Entertainment Earth here.

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