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how kids can–and should–help with gardening
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how kids can–and should–help with gardening

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Planting for Pollinators: Construct an Herb Spiral Garden! | kidsgardening.org
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National Gardening Association offers the Web’s largest and most respected array of gardening content for consumers and educators, ranging from general information and publications to lessons and grants. Explore our Web site and discover a world of gardening possibilities. Kidsgardening.org is a resource of the National Gardening Association dedicated to providing content and resources specifically […]

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Bringing Back the Art of Gardening In the Delta
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For 20 years, Dorothy Scarbrough watched in her nurse’s scrubs as patient after patient was wheeled into the emergency room. “They…

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Planting Vegetables With Kids
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What works well with kids in the garden?

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Planting seeds of gardening knowledge in children today
www.gainesvilletimes.com

Tracy Bedolla and Andy Garcia giggled as they chewed mint leaves they found in the garden.

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Kids gardening: When to harvest | Gardens | SA Home Owner
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So, your children have planted their seeds and seedlings, tended their garden with much care, and are now waiting impatiently for the fruit of their labour. If you’ve planned properly, some waiting periods may not be too long. Here’s a guide to certain vegetable harvest times

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Gardening with Kids
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Little Miss B from Gardening 4 Kids   Gardening wi…

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Edible Peace Patch ties USF with Midtown school gardens
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The outdoor classrooms of schools in Midtown make up three quarters of an acre of farmland. The Edible Peace Patch Project’s Schoolyard Program, consisting

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Cylinder Gardening Program | Harris
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Straw Bale Gardening: Start to Finish
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Straw bales (not hay bales) are a great place to plant vegetables.  The straw is an easy, loose place for the plants to spread out their roots.

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