There's this great moment in Woody Allen's film, Love and Death, in which the narrator describes his father carrying around his "piece of land" (literally a square of sod). "He was an idiot," Allen states. In this case, the piece of land I'm recommending is merely decor, not legacy.
The Chlorophylle grass square simply offers a glimpse of greener pastures for the deskbound. You know the type: stuck in an fluorescent-lit box with their back to the window, trying to avoid that occasional reminder of the great outdoors. This lovely square is like a mini park or a small organic sculpture. It's a do-it-yourself project (as in plant the seeds and water the thing) for the very very busy. And if you're so inclined, you can add some small figurines of playing children and a miniature swingset (any model train supply store has this stuff in stock).
Order the Chlorophylle through www.charlesandmarie.com. Because everyone (even the office idiots) deserve a piece of land.