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There’s something special about gardening…the first sight of green as the seed sprouts, the first flower that blooms on your plant or even the first time you’re able to harvest fruits or vegetables that you planted yourself. Even though I’m not the best gardener in the world, I still want my kids to experience what it’s like to plant something, take care of it and watch your hard work pay off when it grows. And also, despite all your hard work and effort, sometimes that plant just doesn’t cooperate and turn into something beautiful but that’s ok, too. It’s a good lesson for all of us to learn.
We don’t have a lot of space for growing a garden (we rent so we can’t dig up the plants that are here and we can’t add planter boxes according to the HOA rules) so we’ve decided to get creative with our garden. There are a couple ways to still grow a garden in a small area, though. First, you can plan to grow your own herbs because that doesn’t take up a lot of space. Even if you live in an apartment or have little to no yard, you can place a few pots inside your kitchen, on your patio or balcony and enjoy your fresh herbs whenever you need them. This is a great way for kids to start a garden too! There are lots of great herbs that your kids could grow for themselves!
My daughter and I decided we wanted to grow a little garden that we could move around depending on where the light in our home was and be able to take it to the kitchen to water the plants. We bought the little plants at Target. The small ones were $1 a piece & come with a compostable planter, the seeds and the soil. We decided to plant 2 strawberry plants, 1 tomato, 1 green pepper, 1 poppy flower plant and a bigger carrot plant (about $3-4).
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Tree Top realizes how important it is for the next generation to learn about gardening. It’s important that they know where their food is coming from. Tree Top is teaming up with KidsGardening.org so every time you purchase Tree Top Apple Sauce Pouches, they will donate $1 to help fund community garden projects. Tree Top growers are committed to raising good apples and bring the best products to us. It’s up to us to raise our own kids to be good apples.
For more than 50 years, Tree Top has been a brand we all trust to bring us the best quality products, like juices, smoothies and sauces. Did you know that Tree Top is a grower-owned co-op, located in Washington’s apple country? Tree Top Apple Sauce Pouches are great for taking on-the-go, whether it’s out in the garden, to the park, packed in a lunch or on a road trip. There’s no need for a spoon so they’re mess free and made with pure fruit.
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