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Kids Gardening

Jun 13, 2014

Hi Friends!  children are touching  with nature and will often think the idea of making a garden of their  own, especially a kitchen garden.

Vegetable gardens give kids the chance to explore all parts of the growing process, from the depths of garden soil to the bounties of garden crops that soon follow. 

when they grow their own and harvest it then you will see it in their eyes, pride and joy, as they pick their harvest and they tell everyone about their harvest “Look at what we grew in our garden. Come and see our garden!”

it will impress others kids to doing so.

Vegetables are always good choices for kids to start with in a garden. Not only do these germinate faster, but they can also be eaten once ripened and many interesting varieties are available, which appeal to the kids’ senses with fun colours, shapes, and sizes. Tomatoes, carrots, and radishes are great choices,so we should impress the families to involve their children by offering special programes for junior gardeners.

one of living wall sald growing picture i capture,I would like to share you all that I have developed my New Year celebration event with my kids, this evening we all family get together in our kitchen garden and planting salad living wall. more than 500 plants of salad planted in living wall just now by my kids.

if you have the facebook id then please open this link for more pictures https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.560330227344361.1073741829.161...

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perfect, they live in a wonderful world, that is full of beauty, charm and adventure...

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