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A Plant Fun Park?

I’ve just visited the Disneyland equivalent for plants, and it’s confirmed that I’m not that strange. In fact, looking around at the crowds at Terra Botanica (Angers, France), I can safely declare that there are many people, who like me, are fascinated by flowers and plants. How did we happen to be there? Phillip suggested […]

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Maya Planting her seedlings

Kid-Friendly Ideas for Starting Seeds Indoors

Indoor gardening with kids has become a popular trend — especially starting seeds.  Here are three ways to make it fun, cheap and easy.   1.  Seeds and Seed Packets My 5-year-old, Maya, loves choosing her own seed packets. Some of the easiest seeds to start indoors, then transplant outdoors, include peppers, squash, broccoli, pumpkins, […]

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