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Family Garden: How to Build a Strong Relationship with Your Child

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When I was a little girl, I would work with my grandmother in her garden on the south side of her house, learning how to pick cherry tomatoes and spy the worms that destroyed the tomato plants. She also had a flower garden, which included columbines and sunflowers. I would…

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5 Winter Gardening Tips

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You might think that January isn't the right time to start thinking about gardening tips since it is the coldest month of the year. But really it is exactly the right time to start getting things ready. There is so much to do to get ready for the upcoming season.…

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DIY Plant Markers from Up-Cycled Spoons

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Made from up-cycled spoons and seed packets, these DIY Plant Markers would make a great homemade gift for the gardener in your life! Now that it's November, I'm trying to think of creative gifts to make for the upcoming holidays. I've been meaning to make homemade plant markersĀ for a…

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Seed Starting Tips for Kids – Fall Gardens

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Looking to get the kids more involved outdoors? Here are seed starting tips for kids to get them outsideĀ and learning right now! Gardening with kids is a great opportunity to teach them about a variety of subjects. Not only can they learn how food grows and take responsibility for…

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Relationships: How to Connect with Others Through Food

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If you think about life's different occasions, food is most likely at the center of each one. We use food to mark special occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, baby showers, graduations and weddings. Food is used to offer comfort to people who are mourning the loss of a loved…

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