Tag Archive: Growing

Science For Kids: Planting & Growing In Preschool

Science For Kids: Planting & Growing In Preschool  For kids to learn to love gardening, working in a garden shouldn’t be a chore but instead a quality time family project. There’s no doubt that kids love playing in the dirt. But wouldn’t it be awesome if you could direct that playful enthusiasm into productive projects …

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Tips & Tricks for Growing THE BEST Tomatoes

Tips & Tricks for Growing THE BEST Tomatoes Mention the word “garden” and the first picture to pop in most people’s mind is the – Tomato! Big juicy tomatoes, small cherry varieties, plum, yellow, orange and heirloom! You can’t beat a juicy tomato!! Whether this is your first time planting or you are a seasoned …

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Growing a Beanstalk

Growing a Beanstalk This is another childhood favorite of mine – and something that we have done before growing beans in jar it’s a fantastic opportunity for kids to observe the process of plant growth as the seed is visible at all times. Supply List: cotton balls (paper towels also work well) bag of dried …

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11 Pro Secrets for Growing the World’s Sweetest, Tastiest Tomatoes

11 Pro Secrets for Growing the World’s Sweetest, Tastiest Tomatoes Mention the word “garden” and the first picture to pop in most people’s mind is the – Tomato! Big juicy tomatoes, small cherry varieties, plum, yellow, orange and heirloom! You can’t beat a juicy tomato!! Whether this is your first time planting or you are a …

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Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees

Growing Dwarf Fruit Trees Miniature trees are popular with backyard and balcony gardeners who want small amounts of several fruit varieties. Growing dwarf fruit trees in containers makes them easier to prune and harvest. Younger trees bear fruit faster. Lee from Lady Lee’s Home has written a fab article to give you all of the details …

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