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Container Gardening with Kids

Gardening is a great summer long activity for kids.  If you don’t have a yard, a nearby community garden, or don’t want the kids digging up your lawn, let them garden in containers. 

It’s easy and inexpensive.  All it takes is some potting soil and seed packets from the garden shop.  You can use containers you already have, just remember to drill holes in the bottom for drainage. 

Container gardens can be taken indoors when the weather gets cold for year round gardening fun.  Here are some creative ideas to help you start your own container garden.

 

  •  A Fairy Garden in a plastic tub is a great idea from Jessica Yonker, hgtvgardens.com

 

Photo from lunar.thegamez.net

 

Photo from Metrokids.com
  • This great idea from Metrokids.com uses an old Radio Flyer wagon.  Click here for Justine Ickes simple 7 steps for planting a container garden.

 

Photo from Olivewood Garden and Learning Center

 

Photo from diynetwork.com
  • diynetwork.com  uses old or reproduction food tins to make fun and decorative planters.

     

     

     

    As you can see, just about anything can be turned into a container garden.  Look around your house to find something your kids can use to make their own unique little garden!

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