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Gardening with kids can be fun. Children can learn about life while in the garden.

Gardening with Kids

Gardening with Kids - Water, Bugs, and the Harvest
Make pulling weeds fun. It`s a job you probably don`t enjoy, but don`t let your kids pick up on that, or they`ll

Gardening With Kids-For The Youngest Beginner

Gardening With Kids- Garden Party
Popcorn, for instance, is a perfectly simple crop to raise, and an undeniably festive one.

Gardening With Kids- Pet and Wildlife in Garden
When boys or girls are at the stage where pets and live creatures are an absorbing interest you can suggest a lot of things to grow that are related to that interest.

Gardening With Kids- Cook`s Garden
Do you have a young daughter just beginning to discover the fun of cooking?

Gardening With Kids- Celebrations Ahead
A winter window-garden may provide any number of blossoms suitable for making nosegays.

Gardening With Kids- Believe It or Not

Gardening With Kids- Bouguet Garden
Most children don't have to be sold on the idea that a bouquet is a desirable possession.

Gardening With Kids- Evening stock (Mathiola bicornis)

Gardening With Kids- Thereby Hangs a Tale

Gardening With Kids - Odd Behavior Garden
This may be grown as a winter house plant or in the summer garden.

Gardening With Kids- Believe It or Not

Gardening With Kids - Just to Be Different
Coming in last isn't always a commendable distinction, but it could be just that if it meant coming in with the last vegetables of the season.</p

Gardening With Kids - Special Paraphernalia
Contrivances that vary the usual ground-level gardening procedures have potentials worth exploring.

Gardening With Kids - Pocket-Money Garden
Oven in these days of liberal allowances there still comes a time in the lives of many small boys when the urge to make money shows up.

Gardening With Kids - For the Young Scientist
The roll is tied and placed upright in a saucer of water, where it is kept until germination takes place.

Gardening With Kids- Winter Gardening
The things that can go on in a cellar smack of magic.

Gardening With Kidsn - Group Gardening

Gardening With Kids - Collector's Items
It is expected of every child that sooner or later he becomes an avid collector of something,

Gardening With Kids - Hobby Riding
Any flower that keeps well in water is a proper corsage ingredient.

Gardening With Kids - Lilliputian Gardens
With only a little basic information on procedure, how­ever, the qualified child can experiment for himself, and be sure of a satisfying degree of success, combined with a lot of fun.

Gardening With Kids - The Spirit of Adventure
A tree nursery is a reasonably simple project for a child to manage.

Gardening With Kids - Love It and Leave It

Gardening With Kids - By-Paths to Gardening
Reading can be one of these by-paths to gardening.

Gardening With Kids - Getting Down to Earth
Engineer all the preliminary planning palavers and the actual ordering of seeds and plants during the late winter if possible.

Gardening With Kids - The Last World
First, they are difficult when especially susceptible to diseases prevalent in certain localities.

Gardening with Kids Resources and Links
Gardening with kids can be fun. Children can learn about life while in the garden.

Gardening With Kids

Gardening With Kids- Garden Party
Larger varieties are no problem if grown with corn, as farmers so often do.

Gardening With Kids- Garden Party
Marine life is usually appealing to boys, and a very small pool can be both a home for aquatic pets and a water garden.

Gardening With Kids- CULINARY CAPRICES
Most surely calculated to interest a little girl are the party touches that vegetables and flowers can impart to the serving of a meal.</p

Gardening With Kids- Celebrations Ahead
Youngsters could also commemorate Arbor day without a bit of expense by hunting for volunteer

Gardening With Kids- PLAYHOUSES
Weaving a few willow branches horizontally through the plants as they grow will give the walls stability.

Gardening With Kids- FUN WITH FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS
Occasional deviations from the commoner conceptions of bouquet making will make flower arranging

Gardening With Kids- FRAGRANCE ALL WINTER LONG
Annuals, or flowers usually grown as annuals, can boast of the greatest number of perfumed flowers.

Gardening With Kids- IMAGERY NAMES
The fanciful folk-names given to many flowers can provide the motif for a very special garden.

Gardening With Kids - PLANTS WITH A SENSE OF TIME
Plants with a rather hard-and-fast sense of time are another phenomenon.

Gardening With Kids- Believe It or Not

Gardening With Kids - FUN WITH COLORS
Citron (Citrullus vulgaris citroides) used for preserves and candied fruit. Grown like cantaloupe.

Gardening With Kids - Special Paraphernalia
Commercially, pyramid gardens are made of aluminum strips and are sold knocked down.

Gardening With Kids - FRESH HERBS
Neither home gardens nor ordinary markets, as a rule, offer the cook any great variety of fresh herbs. All herbs are easy to grow and require a minimum of care.

Gardening With Kids - For the Young Scientist
By planting seed of this plant and again selecting seed the following season from plants conforming to the original

Gardening With Kids- OUT IN THE KITCHEN
Most of the root crops-carrots, beets, turnips, rutabagas, parsnips, horseradish-and also witloof chicory and celery- send up surprisingly attractive foliage in no time

Gardening With Kidsn - Group Gardening
Most plant families have their black sheep.

Gardening With Kids - Collector's Items
Lichens make interesting collections for children who spend time at summer camps.

Gardening With Kids - THREE-DIMENSIONAL DRYING OF FLOWERS
This holds in the moisture and protects the wearer's clothes.

Gardening With Kids - INDOOR MINIATURE GARDENIN
Fill box with this mixture to within about an inch of the top.

Gardening With Kids - FERNS FROM SPORES
The propagation of ferns from spores is a sporting venture for the child capable of a fastidious observance of rules.

Gardening With Kids - Love It and Leave It

Gardening With Kids - SIGHTSEEING BY AUTOMOBILE
Impressive collaborations between man and nature are spread across our country.

Gardening With Kids - PLANTING THE GARDEN
The time-honored test for friability is to squeeze a handful of dirt. If it stays in a tight little wad it is not ready.

Gardening With Kids - The Last World
It will bear repeating that a plant may be easy to grow in one section and difficult in another.

Gardening With Kids- MIDGET VEGETABLES

Gardening With Kids- Pet and Wildlife in Garden
The praying mantis is an insect that a boy could cultivate as a pet (of sorts) and garden patrolman.

Gardening With Kids- Celebrations Ahead
The exact composition of the flag depends largely on where you live.

Gardening With Kids- PLAYHOUSES
Weaving a few willow branches horizontally through the plants as they grow will give the walls stability.

Gardening With Kids- LONG LIFE FOR CUT FLOWERS
All this sounds like more to learn than it really is.

Gardening With Kids- A Nose Garden

Gardening With Kids - INSECT-EATING PLANTS
Carnivorous plants undoubtedly present the greatest de­viation from normal plant behavior.

Gardening With Kids - MIDGETS
A garden on a single color theme might amuse certain children.

Gardening With Kids - Special Paraphernalia
The old-fashioned scarecrow has almost passed into legen­dary oblivion.

Gardening With Kids - PERMANENT ASSETS
Dill, mint, or mixed herb vinegars may be made exactly the same way.

Gardening With Kids - For the Young Scientist
The pace of scientific discovery in the gardening field has been greatly accelerated in recent years. Gardening is being made less laborious and success more certain.

Gardening With Kids- Winter Gardening
Avocado seeds are slow to sprout if planted in soil, but they can be forced into growth in about three weeks

Gardening With Kidsn - EXPERIMENTAL GARDENS
An immigrant garden could be the meeting place of such world travelers as pyrethrum from Persia, chrysanthemums from Korea, lilies from China

Gardening With Kids - Collector's Items
Applied to the card it serves as an ideal adhesive, almost welding the plant to the paper.

Gardening With Kids - GLYCERINE PRESERVATION OF LEAVES

Gardening With Kids - Lilliputian Gardens
A redwood burl will quickly make a wooded hill.

Gardening With Kids - The Spirit of Adventure

Gardening With Kids - By-Paths to Gardening
Many of our horticultural showings are not specially housed or tended, but are spread lavishly along the very roadsides.

Gardening With Kids - TAKING CAME OF THE GARDEN
Thinning is in order when seedlings are an inch or two high.

Gardening With Kids-GARDEN PLAY BENCH

Gardening With Kids- Celebrations Ahead
Christmas, without question, is the day of days.

Gardening With Kids- Bouguet Garden

Gardening With Kids - Just to Be Different
Coming in last isn't always a commendable distinction, but it could be just that if it meant coming in with the last vegetables of the season.</p

Gardening With Kids - BOUQUET MATERIALS
Particularly in an apartment-house neighborhood there should be a good sale for cut flowers.

Gardening With Kids - For the Young Scientist
The most complex feat of plant training is undoubtedly in Japanese tree-dwarfing (bonsai).

Gardening With Kids- AMUSING CONTAINERS
Coconut shells make excellent hanging baskets for any trailing vine.

Gardening With Kidsn - SIDELINE ACTIVITIES
Similar comprehensive explorations could be made into any number of other garden subjects.

Gardening With Kids - SKELETONIZING LEAVES
Bleach these skeletons in a solution of two tablespoons of household bleach to a quart of water.

Gardening With Kids - Lilliputian Gardens
Everblooming begonias are a simple matter to raise from seed.

Gardening With Kids - By-Paths to Gardening

Gardening With Kids - FACTS BEHIND THE RULES
Spraying or dusting is a season-long responsibility for any gardener, young or old.

Gardening With Kids- Celebrations Ahead
Summer gifts might be either specially arranged bouquets or corsages.

Gardening With Kids- WITHOUT EITHER SOIL OR WATER
Then there is that possum of the plant world, the resurrec­tion fern.

Gardening With Kidsn - Group Gardening

Gardening With Kids - Hobby Riding
Although flowers may be pressed by simply putting them between papers and weighting them down, the child who intends to make decorative use of his pressed specimens should know a little more than that.

Gardening With Kids - Lilliputian Gardens
Desert scenes in either dish or tray garden can be really dramatic.

Gardening With Kids - INDOOR SEED STARTING

Gardening With Kids- HOUSE PLANTS THAT ARE DIFFERENT
Easy to grow, and full of surprises, are the many bro-meliads.

Gardening With Kids - DRIED FLOWER PETALS
Pictures made of pressed flowers are a perennially popular hobby.

Gardening With Kids - THE GLAMOUR OF GLASS
It costs no more to buy cactus from a specialist, and if you prefer, you can buy one of the special collections to suit the size of your container.

Gardening With Kids - OUTSIDE TRANSPLANTING
Each tiny plant should be put into its own individual container, or planted at least 3 inches apart in a seed flat.

Gardening With Kids- SPRING BLOSSOMS INSIDE
Vernal witch-hazel is one of these, with tiny yellow flowers appearing any time from January

Gardening With Kids - SEED-POD PLAQUES
Lampshades for petal bases may be made from leaf and flower printed papers.

Gardening With Kids - Lilliputian Gardens
For the conservatory garden your best source is a florist or a dealer in house plants.

Gardening With Kids - CROP HARVESTING
If possible, wait for a cloudy, windless day to transplant house-grown seedlings outside.

Gardening With Kids -LANDSCAPE ARRANGEMENTS
You can, of course, suggest any available material that would be appropriate.

Gardening With Kids - MINIATURE TREES (BONSAI)
To imply that this is an undertaking suitable for children in general would be unrealistic.

Gardening With Kids - BOTANICAL NAMES
You can explain that the purpose of a blooming plant is to produce seeds.

Gardening With Kids - LEAF PRINTING
Leaf printing is something that many children learn to do with great enthusiasm at summer camps in connection with nature study.

Gardening With Kids - Lilliputian Gardens

Gardening With Kids - FLOWER PHOTOGRAPHY
Grasses and ferns make exquisite patterns, as do almost all leaves.

Gardening With Kids - CORN-HUSK DOLLS
From youthful excursions into flower painting will surely come a greater sensitivity to the lovely colors and patterns inherent in gardens. And perhaps a few of tomorrow's famous botanical illustrators, floral artists and tex­tile designers.

Gardening With Kids - Hobby Riding

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