Gardening is polarizing! Some see it as a chore while others absolutely love it. If you love gardening, why not pass that love to your children!
Getting your kids involved in gardening is not only a way to spend time together – it can teach them some valuable skills like routine and responsibility!
Reader's Digest said, "Begin by growing plants indoors in plastic containers. Give each child their own, and let them pick a flower or vegetable. When you’re ready to take your skills outside, try a 1½ or three-square-metre plot."
Some good starter plants include cosmos, sunflowers, peas, and radishes.
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