This year my dad took his first adventure into a dispensary. For context, this is notable because my dad is a retired correctional officer and staunch anti-drug proponent. Also, his childhood friend Mike “smokes pot and does nothing,” so anecdotal evidence only proves that marijuana is in fact the devil’s lettuce. Upon his return from the dispensary to pick up some canine CBD, he told me tales of how clean and professional it was and that I’d “be so surprised by how put together and classy the customers were.” He was especially impressed that they gave him a free joint for being a first time customer. So when Pot Plant launched, I saw an opportunity. He was primed for moral conversion. No better person to test Pot Plant’s mission of changing the way the world looks at weed than my dad. I purchased the 10” clone for him for Christmas. His reaction did not disappoint. “Look how cute it is!” “How did they come up with this idea?” “This looks like the plant Charles has next door!” (Yes, neighbor Charles is growing weed in the backyard). My dad was a big fan and proudly displays it in his front window stating, “if anyone recognizes it, I’ll know they smoke weed.” So if you’re searching for a gift for a relative who learned from drugfreeworld.org that marijuana lowers life satisfaction and increases welfare dependence, try giving them a Pot Plant! After all, as the box says and my dad now says on repeat, it’s just a plant.