Crafty Garden Ideas - A Guide From Sainsbury's BankPosted in Category Organic Gardening | by Harrod Horticultural | Comments (0)
Thanks to Sainsbury's Bank for the following guide, some great crafty ideas for the garden. It's a brilliant way to get children involved in the garden too. Growing your own can be a lot of fun and a fantastic way for young children to learn about growing fruit and vegetables and understanding where food comes from.
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When taking part in any of the activities described in this document, always ensure that children are supervised and safe at all times.
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