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101 Kid-Friendly Plants: Fun Plants and…
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101 Kid-Friendly Plants: Fun Plants and Family Garden Projects

by Cindy Krezel

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This book provides an extensive list of flowers, vegetables, trees and houseplants that are safe for children and fun to incorporate into gardens, landscapes and children projects. Cindy Krezel, who has worked with children for more than a decade, has arranged the plants by type - plants from seed, bulbs, annuals, perennials, indoor plants, water plants, vegetables and herbs, fruiting trees and shrubs, and fun trees.She describes the habit of each plant, why it's good for children, and ways to use it in gardens and projects. All plants she recommends have been approved of by poison-control experts to ensure that the garden and projects are as safe as possible. Not content with just giving the plants to use, Krezel includes 17 projects for children and families, incorporating the plants described in the first part of the book. She talks about planting gardens for cut flowers, butterfly gardens, veggie gardens, a rainbow garden, hideaway gardens, water gardens and how to dry flowers. Each plant and project is accompanied by colour photos.… (more)

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