Gardening with kids is a wonderful way for kids to learn, but how in the world do I figure out gardening with kids? They’re not going to be able to plant or pick on their own. They’re going to make a mess of it. Do you think those things? It can be a challenge to make a garden with kids, especially if they are very young. I work in my garden with kids ages one to five. Even a one-year-old can learn a ton in the garden and help grow food. I can show you how.
Do you ever get so excited about ordering seeds that you double order? I do. It’s so frustrating! If you organize your garden seeds, you’ll avoid a lot of that. I pour over catalog after catalog. I make lists. I map out my garden. (Click here to see how to plan your garden) Later, I get all misty-eyed at some garden ad or a new catalog I’ve never seen before, and I accidentally order something I’ve already ordered.
Growing your own food is satisfying! You can get the freshest, healthiest food possible grown your own way with your own input on how it’s grown. Talk about knowing your farmer! In Oklahoma, we have a unique climate. Different climates and regions have different growing conditions and unique guidelines for what can be grown and when it can be grown.