"CHIA" IS THE Answer TO THE FOLLOWING CROSSWORDS

  1. Kind of pet
  2. ___ pet (kitschy gift)
  3. Quickly growing "pet"
  4. ___ pet (1980s fad item)
  5. “pet” thats a plant
  6. Pet plant
  7. Mexican mint
  8. Pet
  9. “pet” that needs watering
  10. Pet name
  11. Mint plant
  12. Minty mexican plant
  13. Herbal "pet"
  14. Aromatic plant with blue flowers
  15. Green-haired pet
  16. Mint family plant
  17. Hairy "pet"
  18. __ pet (novelty gift)
  19. Plant "pet"
  20. ___ pet (cultivatable gift)
  21. Pet with green "hair"
  22. Famous "pet" that grows quickly
  23. “pet” that needs to be watered
  24. Pet (fad gift)
  25. Potted 'pet'
  26. Superfood seen in seed form
  27. 'pet' in a pot
  28. ___ seeds, ingredients in some health drinks
  29. ___ pet (onetime fad item)
  30. ___ pet (novelty item)
  31. With 129-across, sprouting novelty gifts
  32. "ch-ch-ch-___" (ad phrase)
  33. Popular plant 'pet'
  34. Salvia
  35. Plant that grows on pets
  36. Grassy 'pet'
  37. Pet that needs only water
  38. 'pet' that's really a plant
  39. Sprouting ''pet'' plant
  40. Pet with green fur?
  41. Sprouting 'pet'
  42. Pottery "pet"
  43. ''pet'' that holds a plant
  44. "pet" that needs plenty of water
  45. Seeds
  46. Decorative "pet"
  47. 'pet' shaped like scooby-doo, perhaps
  48. Pet that lives on water alone
  49. Botanical "pet"
  50. Faddish sort of pet
  51. ___ pet (pottery/plant brand)
  52. Pet material
  53. Herbal seed used in smoothies
  54. Faux pet
  55. Plant sold in animal-shaped pots
  56. Mint family plant harvested for its seeds
  57. With 1 down, potted novelties
  58. Plant whose seed is sold as a health food product
  59. "pet" that sprouts
  60. Flora pet
  61. Type of "pet" that's really a plant
  62. Green "pet"
  63. Superfood seeds
  64. Seed used in smoothies
  65. Fast-growing pet
  66. "pet" that takes water but no food
  67. Pet received on christmas, for many
  68. ___ obama (controversial kitsch item)
  69. Brand of 'pet'
  70. Popular smoothie seed
  71. ___ pets (1980s fad)
  72. Aromatic plant found in some pets
  73. ___ pet (novelty plant)
  74. Pet that's watered
  75. Healthy seed also used for kitschy figurines
  76. Mint-family plant with mineral-rich seeds
  77. ___ pet (sprouting figurine)
  78. Inanimate sort of pet
  79. Hirsute pet
  80. "pet" that's a plant
  81. 'ch-ch-ch-___'
  82. Plant with seeds rich in omega-3 fatty acids
  83. Terra-cotta pet
  84. Grass that can mimic fur
  85. Terra-cotta pet that sprouts green hair
  86. Health food store purchase ___ seeds
  87. Seed often used in smoothies
  88. Kind of seeds in health foods
  89. ___ seeds trendy smoothie ingredient
  90. ___ seeds excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids
  91. ___ pet (novelty item that was popular in the 1980s)
  92. Novelty pet that sprouts green hair
  93. ___ pet (clay figurine that sprouts plants)
  94. Novelty pet
  95. Pet with a bob ross variety
  96. Pet with seeds
  97. Seed in smoothies
  98. Healthy seed used in smoothies
  99. Wool on clay sheep
  100. Novelty terra-cotta pet
  101. Smoothie seeds
  102. Smoothie seed
  103. It grows on some pets
  104. Seed commonly used in smoothies
  105. ___ pet (novelty pottery with a grassy plant)
  106. ___ pet (gift that sprouts)
  107. Seeds some put in yogurt
  108. "pet" that you plant
  109. ___ pet (plant that sprouts green hair for chewbacca or yoda say)
  110. Novelty pet that sprouts greenery
  111. — pet (1980s fad)
  112. Green-headed "pet"
  113. Pet project?
  114. Pet with green fur
  115. With 58-across 1980s fad that sprouted
  116. Covering of a sprouting pet
  117. Seed in some smoothies
  118. Trendy smoothie seed
  119. Healthy seed often added to a yogurt bowl
  120. Smoothie topping seeds
  121. Healthy smoothie seed
  122. Health drink seeds
  123. Healthy yogurt seed
  124. Seed in some yogurt
  125. Seed in some healthy smoothies
  126. ___ pet (collectible that sprouts)
  127. __ seed pudding

Crosswords containing the word "CHIA"

  1. Chia growth area?
  2. Chia pet, perhaps
  3. Word that can follow “teacher’s” or “chia”