22 March 2013

8 pick-and-eat crops for your kid-friendly vegetable garden

8 pick-and-eat crops for your kid-friendly vegetable garden

Raise your hand if you have Spring Fever! *raises hand*

We may have been pummelled by hail yesterday, and the Northeast may be buried in snow, but it's still gardening season (somewhere). If it's not yet time to plant in your area, it's time to plan, so I've gotten together my favorite picks for a kid-friendly vegetable garden.

All are easy to grow and are great for in-garden snacking. If you're new to gardening, I've also included a couple of book recommendations.

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8 pick-and-eat crops for your kid-friendly vegetable garden

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Gardening gives kids a chance to get out of the house and into the spring sun! They can get some good exercise while being involved in a fun activity using their hands. Thanks for sharing the kid-friendly vegetable garden.

Great post. Thanks

My kids love tomatoes, snap peas and berries! If only I could get them to eat kale:(

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