Little Green Sprout in Blue Earth, Minnesota
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Little Green Sprout in Blue Earth, Minnesota

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Little Green Sprout Statue, 1510 Giant Dr, Blue Earth, MN 56013

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In the 1970s the Jolly Green Giant made a new friend: Little Green Sprout. Since 1972 this little green guy has been the giant’s apprentice and right hand…well, little green guy!

A small (well, smaller that the giant statue) version hangs out at a gas station in Blue Earth holding a (root) beer and a pizza. Why? Well, it’s actually a re-purposed A&W Root Beer statue!

Rumor has it that since Silly America was there last he’s moved to a different gas station (a Shell station close to the highway). And his beer has been painted to be a big cup of Jelly Beans and the pizza is now fudge!

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Fiberglass Little Green Sprout statue holds a beer and a pizza box outside of a gas station in Blue Earth, Minnesota.

Fiberglass Little Green Sprout statue holds a beer and a pizza box outside of a gas station in Blue Earth, Minnesota.

Fiberglass Little Green Sprout statue holds a beer and a pizza box outside of a gas station in Blue Earth, Minnesota.

Site: Little Green Sprout Statue
Location: A gas station just off of I-90, at the Blue Earth exit (1510 Giant Dr, Blue Earth, MN 56013)
Cost: Free to see.
Hours: Always Visible
Date: August 30, 2008

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Fiberglass Little Green Sprout statue holds a beer and a pizza box outside of a gas station in Blue Earth, Minnesota.
Fiberglass Little Green Sprout statue holds a beer and a pizza box outside of a gas station in Blue Earth, Minnesota.
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Val

Val is the founder and head road tripper at Silly America. Having grown up near Berwyn's famed car kabob, The Spindle, and a restaurant with a cow on its roof, her fascination to roadside attractions started early. Val blogs about her life, travels, and cats on her personal blog, Choosing Figs.

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