Let’s make… cress heads. We love this for an easy indoor growing project. Kids learn the essentials of watering plants and are rewarded with speedy growing cress heads. And a yummy filling for an egg sandwich. Check out how on the Kiddicare Blog Gardens Ideas, Kiddie Crafts, Indoor Growing, Groen Vinger, Cress Head, Camps Crafts, Growing Cress, Eggs Sandwiches, Indoor Plants
Hanging String Gardens - CS: Whats one easy tip you can share with readers who might be interested in creating a string garden? FV: Start with plants that grow around your house to keep the costs of experimenting low.
Trim a bunch of celery 3 inches or so above its base. Place it in a shallow dish of water. Leaves should grow out of the center in a week, and tiny roots will also sprout from the bottom. Peel away any rotting stalks as the plant grows.
Using comfrey as fertilizer. From the blog post "It's full of potassium (3 times that the amount in organic manure), an essential for veggies and other plants to grow and fruit to their full potential. Comfrey is also high in calcium, nitrogen, phosphorous, & potash. The perfect mix for fertilizing your garden organically! "
------------------ Plant Pals ----------------- These darling little grassy projects require just a sprinkling of seeds, a bit of sun, and a few drops of patience. Shown is rye grass, but chia plants, etc. work well too. This is a project and you and the kids can do together.