With schools closed, and kids spending more time at home, parents and caregivers are scrambling to keep their kids engaged and entertained. It’s also more important than ever to get your kids out of the house and into the fresh air. Gardening is one of the easiest hobbies you can get your kiddos into. Keep reading for some ideas on how to get your kids involved in the garden.
As for your garden, you may not have time to grow a sprawling pumpkin patch, but there is plenty you can still do now that fall is here. Surprisingly to some, fall is a relatively easy season for gardeners. Pests aren’t as prevalent, your soil won’t dry out as easily, and the sun is less likely to burn leaves.
Introducing the Handy Reel Bundle. 50 feet of sleek black garden hose, all wrapped up in a tidy steel package. The Handy Reel is low profile and features a handle for quick transportation if you need to move it from place to place. If you prefer a more permanent setup you can also mount the Handy Reel to a wall, or stake it to the ground
Many gardeners love bulbs because they produce magnificently colorful flowers and brighten any area they inhabit. When planting bulbs you can either map out a specific design or go with a more natural look. Regardless of your design aesthetic, you need to be sure to plant at the appropriate depth
True bulbs are known by their layers. Like Shrek says “onions have layers” and onions are a great example of true bulbs, but we’re here to talk about flowers because they smell much better. At the center of the bulb is the plant shoot which will eventually break through your soil and form a beautiful flower.