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  • Leah Keiper

    Do you have a little spot of dirt for your kids to garden in? Actionable ideas for transforming a garden space with your kids.

  • Erin Goss

    Her third birthday present? Her own garden bed.

  • Tegan Fear

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  • Amanda Foster

    Pinner: "Do you have a little spot of dirt for your kids to garden in? If not, today I’d like to challenge you to think about your outdoor spaces and see if you can come up with a spot that’s just for the kids. It can be anything from a large plot to a couple of planters."

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