As an educator, my outdoor experience gives me much time to reflect about our true passion, engaging and inspiring children. To that end, different aspects of the gardening experience conjure up key aspects of child growth and development.
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by guest blogger Jeroen Koeman, of EcoTulips
I grew up in Holland on a tulip farm. My father and six of his brothers are tulip farmers. They are from...
By guest blogger designer Mark Kintzel
Right about now, I start seeing spring flowers sold around town. Colorful spring flowers are a great fresh way...
You've been weeding until your back hurts all summer, but your job isn't over yet. Before the frost sets in there is plenty to do in your garden to ke...
Planting bulbs is as close to a sure bet as a gardener ever gets. Unlike shrubs, trees and perennials, most bulbs can only be planted in the fall. Consequently, it's now or never!
Tiny spring bulbs are among Mother Nature's most carefree plants, undemanding and adaptable. Their ability to roll with the punches and go forth and multiply is a miracle.
The fool is the one who doesn't bother to plant the Fool's Onion.
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