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    Official Blog of The Growing Connection: Teaching toolkit for school gardens

    How to grow and care for your Limelight Hydrangea. A beautiful deciduous shrub for your garden which is very forgiving and easy to grow.

    Alternative Gardning: 12 Fastest Vegetables to Grow in your Garden

    how to grow foxglove - Gorgeous!!

    How to Grow a School Garden - School Garden Guide - School Garden Book

    Homestead Survivalist: The 12 Fastest Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Gardens Or Containers For First-time Landscapers

    how to grow your own foods this Fall. Blog-PURE MAMAS

    Elementary school gardening project. Kindergarteners were able to grow their own fruits & veggies during 2011.

    SPEC School Gardens Project: Why Grow Food

    What better way to teach a love of the earth than through a garden? Annie's Homegrown offers grants to school gardens that connect children directly to real food.

    Amazon.com: How to Grow a School Garden: A Complete Guide for Parents and Teachers (9781604690002): Arden Bucklin-Sporer, Rachel Pringle: Books

    School Garden Curriculum - "Grow to Learn" - lots of information about school gardens, and integrating gardening into curricula including actual curriculum section.

    12 Fastest Vegetables To Grow In Your Home Gardens Or Containers For First-time Gardeners

    Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce - varieties of lettuce you can cut, and that will grow back (like grass)

    GROWING SCHOOLS Compost bins 5-16 years - Design and technology, science. Construction details and photos for the three-bay compost bin made by West Hill Primary School for the Growing Schools Garden.

    clay garden cloches..love these

    Tips for Starting a School Garden Program! As it’s Farm to School Month, we’re celebrating with some top gardening tips for getting kids out and growing their own! #foodeducation #realfood

    Chevy is a parent at Elk Meadow Elementary in Bend, OR. They're hoping to practice lunchroom composting, timed drip irrigation to conserve water, companion planting to promote beneficial insect ecology, mulching to prevent weed and minimize evaporation, hoophouses to extend the short growing season, use of recycled materials as available for the garden construction, crop rotation, and growing compost crops in the fall to promote soil fertility. #gettingstarted

    shade garden

    This easy-to-assemble kit lets you grow vertically vining plants either against a wall, or as a free-standing unit using your own posts.

    Old School Desk