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    Mali52 is offline Germinator
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    Hello everyone!
    I think that this topic is really very interesting! Students should be encouraged to take care of school garden so I was thinking about creating some action to do it. My school always take part in 'earth day' when we pick up trashes and clean up school surroundings, but there never was an action of planting new flowers. How can I organize it? Have you got some ideas, maybe projects that you have tried?
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    Mali, the RHS website has a lot of resources and ideas for school gardening.that may help you.
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    Mrs pyro jax is offline Germinator
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    I love this idea 😀

    I work in a pre school nursery (age 0-4) and we plant, grow, harvest and eat as many vegetables as we can. The children love to help especially when it comes to watering them.

    Seeing the children taste what they have grown gives me great pleasure. We have successfully grown cucumbers, tomatoes. Radish, carrots, broad beans, potatoes and the children's favourite strawberries 🍓
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