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Grow show highlights the electronic garden: Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario

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Forget the Colorado Home and Garden Show! As shown above, electronic lifestyle advancements have replaced the potted patio ficus tree with a Wi-Ficus phone-charging tree. Below, the greatest advancement will help growers use outdoor sunshine indoors... A back yard that is completely covered in solar panels will need no water, weeding or mowing, The generated energy can be used to power a 36-plant indoor grow room. As shown below, with the solar panel garden, there will also be enough juice left over for the family to enjoy their favorite indoor activities outdoors... Now the whole family can enjoy a summer in the great outdoors beneath the offset patio high-definition flat-screen umbrella TV. Favorite television shows are colorfully broadcast beneath the same screen that shades TV viewers from the harmful radiation of the sun. Below, see how the same umbrella TV doubles as a volleyball court... Wii Celebrity Sports lets kids play backyard volleyball as their favorite celebrity instead of having to play as themselves! Texting fingers and smartphone wrists are saved from volleyball slapping injuries.

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