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Gardening Tips

We can all help each other with various gardening tips. Not just by looking in expensive magazines, or over the neighbours wall, but by sharing them here on a site specifically to encourage our children to be able to enjoy and benefit from the garden and gardening, all year round.

There is a difference between tips on growing specific plants or vegetables, but also tips on how to make the play area more exciting for the children (and adults), so let us just share and swop some of our experiences and benefit from our disasters and successess!

So let's all hear and benefit from your gardening advice and gardening disasters! :)


Have you got a tip on Gardening with Kids

What have you done together in the garden with has given you most joy and sitatifaction or have you done some unusual gardening project together? Did you have a reticient child who suddenly became an avid gardener? What tips can you pass on to other parents and carers?

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