Kids’ Container Gardening

Posted by jean — Posted in All ages, Arts and Activities, Family Living, Gardening

Kids’ Container Gardening: Year-Round Projects for Inside and Out, by Cindy Krezel. This is a great idea, well presented, with a good variety of small projects that kids can do either by themselves or with you. It starts with some good advice and goes on to tell you about a wide variety of containers you can use and interesting ideas for growing things in them. Have you ever heard of a cocktail garden? It’s just one of the projects here, along with vegetable hanging baskets, Halloween hats, sand art terrariums, a small fountain, and others. Ages 9 to 12. Cover price $14.95. $13.00 from Brook Farm Books.

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Comment by Martha

Another fun book is the TickleMe Plant Book. In it they show how to easily grow the plant that moves like an animal when Tickled. It’s called the TickleMe Plant (Mimosa pudica) The magical leaves fold up one by one when tickled! It was a good read with plenty of pictures to make you a TickleMe Plant lover.

Posted on September 8, 2010 at 12:58 pm

Comment by jean

Hi,
Thanks so much for suggesting Tickle Me. It sounds like fun and I’m always for having fun while learning and encouraging growing minds. I’ll take a look at it.

Posted on September 12, 2010 at 8:13 pm

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