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Exploring Plant Propagation with Your Kids
Exploring Plant Propagation with Your Kids
Kids love growing their own plants, and exploring plant propagation with kids is a great way to familiarize them with the various methods used to start new ones. One…...
Questionnaire: Is Your Garden Wildlife Friendly?
Questionnaire: Is Your Garden Wildlife Friendly?
There’s more to having a wildlife friendly garden than leaving it to go wild! Take our quick quiz to find out how attractive your garden is to native species....
Springtime: Keep the Kids Busy in the Garden
Springtime: Keep the Kids Busy in the Garden
There can't be many parents who haven't breathed a sigh of relief now that springtimehas finally arrived. With the days becoming brighter and longer,it feels great to…...
Teach Kids About Birds in the Garden
Teach Kids About Birds in the Garden
Kids have a natural curiosity for birds. You can help feed this curiosity and encourage further learning about birds by bringing them into the garden....
Teach Kids About Local Wildlife in the Garden
Teach Kids About Local Wildlife in the Garden
There are many ways to teach kids about local wildlife in the garden. One of the best ways is by getting them outdoors and involved with gardening....
Teach Kids About Sensory Plants in the Garden
Teach Kids About Sensory Plants in the Garden
Help kids learn about sensory plants and each of the five senses by planting a garden using all of these elements to stimulate learning and provoke interest....
Teaching Children About Weeds and Wildflowers
Teaching Children About Weeds and Wildflowers
Learning about weeds and wildflowers can be a fun way to expose kids to the natural world, as well as native plant history. Native plants are important to healthy…...
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