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The days are getting longer and itching to get into the garden and start something stronger than before. But what about the kids? Many of us have tried and failed over the years to create gardens with our children who have interests and keep them engaged. With a little planning it is possible to keep the little children ‘s imagination involved while providing a beautiful garden for you as well. In the garden, you may find your success better to retain your child’s interest in what is happening in the garden by choosing plants that reflect the tendency of most children to interest in strangeness. Small tomatoes or enormous sunflowers, striped bits, giant pumpkins, rainbow swiss chard, water hyacinth, balloon flowers, bloody hearts, and many others offer a myriad of shapes, sizes and colors to tickle the luxuries of youthful brilliance.
Plants that offer interesting textures are great for keeping children interested. Strawflower offers dazzling petals while kolumbine decorates the garden with its’ sweeping back appearance. Thyme wool, sheep’s ears, and some wise varieties offer a great texture contrast to other plants in the garden like conical conical flower. It is understood that the most closely related notion of memory is aroma. Create memories that will bring children back to the next year and will last a lifetime by indulging their sense of smell by planting flowers and fragrant herbs. Lilac, roses and peonies are the right choice. By showing them to rub the leaves of marjoram, rosemary and lavendar on their fingers, they will find great excitement in the process of releasing a pleasant odor.
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Drawing hummingbirds or butterflies into your garden is a fantastic way to attract children. Dill, milkweed and thistle are favored by butterflies. Bleeding, petunias, morning glory and impatiens will all help attract hummingbirds. Flower moon, evening primrose, and four o’clock are excellent additions to extend the time your children visit the garden until the evening. Watching these players who open at night is a real pleasure. Finally the park should allow your children to choose, choose, choose. Cosmos, snapdragon, coleus and salvia will all produce stronger flower when picked. Planted together in the area of the children’s garden can be freed to choose as many as they like and carry a bouquet to the dinner table. Remember that the point of gardening with children does not make it a task for them not to wait for it. Many parents end up wondering as they do all the work that the garden is. Take time and effort to grow not only the garden space but also the love of living things with your children. You will find you have charms, wonders, ideas for sharing and lasting memories.