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    Follow this one tip in your garden & get a ton of strawberries! Also a little strawberry education! # Pin++ for Pinterest #

    "Painting" with chlorophyll during our plant unit. Blog post with lots of fun ideas for teaching about the life cycle of plants. Also includes FREE printable anchor charts for Photosynthesis and Parts of a Plant.

    Time-lapse video showing seed germination - great way for students to make observations about parts of a seed and plant life cycles.

    Just received a generous donation of strawberry plants - time to learn how to grow them :)

    Strawberry Plant anatomy and plant information

    Use a muffin pan ro make holes to plant your seeds.

    The biggest mistake beginners make when trying to grow strawberries and how to correct it with an easy snip! --Living the Rustic Life

    Careless Gardener: The top five plants for low maintenance gardens ha ha I usually buy 4 of these !!

    How to Grow, Maintain, and Divide Bearded Iris. Helpful article with specific information and pictures.

    I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

    never pay for onions again; grow them indoors! The trick is to take the cut end (root side) and plant it in a pot, water well, give it some time and voila! You have fresh (and free!) onions at your disposal. This will work for a variety of different onions and the beauty of this tip is that as you use the onions, you replant the cut root ends to grow more. You can use a tub just for onions and haul it indoors during winter months (will need lots of sun) or if it’s just green onions you&...

    Heat-tolerant plants - Must make a list and take to nursery with me. It's HOT HOT HOT in summer!

    I would use this as an anchor chart in my classroom and keep it up throughout our plant unit. It would be primarily used to explain the plant life cycle and all living things have a cycle of development.

    If space is limited, try growing your tomatoes in a double-ring cage.

    Did you know..... Stones painted as strawberries when put around strawberry plants in the spring will keep birds from eating your berries because the birds will think the ripened berries are stones.

    Great Plant cycle series of lessons/worksheets

    Blog post with LOTS of fun ideas for getting kids writing about science and teaching about the life cycle of plants. Also includes FREE printable anchor charts for Photosynthesis and Parts of a Plant.

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    Pollination power! A fun activity using juice boxes and Cheetos to demonstrate how insects help to pollinate flowers.

    growing strawberries vertically