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Seed Starting Part 2

Transplanting Seedlings and Getting Them Garden Ready So you got through the first step…you planted your seeds for your spring garden. If you followed the steps in part one of this post, by now your seedlings should be growing and thriving. Now it is necessary to transplant them out of their tiny egg carton homes. […]

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5 salad green seedlings

Grow Your Own Salad Mix Indoors

Although the weather outside is frightful (at least here in Vermont), growing your own food is so delightful! It will be months before many of us are back digging in the dirt, but we can still enjoy growing many yummy fruits and vegetables indoors. One of things I miss the most in the winter is […]

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Cooking with Kids – From Seed to Savory

It’s fall and that means it’s all about harvesting in the gardens. All of our hard work weeding, planting, and watering has paid off with LOTS of garden fresh food! This project is a perfect one to get kids excited about gardening and healthy eats! One of my absolute favorite plants to grow is cilantro. […]

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Healthy Cooking with Kids: Salsa Recipe

It’s harvest season! After all that hard work, it is finally time to enjoy the fruits of your labor…literally. If children were involved in planting the garden, now is the best time to get them involved in the harvest! I have found that being involved in the planting, harvesting, and preparing of healthy, homegrown food […]

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making aromatherapy wreaths

Creating Aromatherapy Grapevine Wreaths

I just love the smell of summer. To me it means the scent of chamomile in bloom, hints of lavender, wafts of sage, the sweet sourness of lemon balm.  Herbs amaze me in so many ways. Is it weird to say I’m a bit smitten with them? To capture this coveted summertime smell and surround […]

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easy gardening projects for kids

Easy-to-Make Root View Box

Teaching young children the magic of growing and sharing with them the experience of eating food they have grown straight from the garden is one of my passions. For the youngest gardeners, what’s actually going on under the ground is quite a mystery. To uncover the mystery and make the process super simple to understand, […]

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