Monday, April 25, 2011

A Billion Acts of Green ... with Child-Friendly Spaces

Be prepared for less-than-perfect plantings.

Let’s face it: gardening can be messy business. And most children love to dig in dirt, so save a small area for digging, even after planting is complete.

It’s important for children to feel like the garden is really theirs - so be willing to put up with crooked rows and mixed plantings. Children can also get attached to “their” weeds and want to care for them right along with the veggies and fruits.

Bottom line: It doesn’t have to look perfect to produce perfectly delicious produce!

Glade Jord Dag!!

1 comment:

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