Cooking Magic for Kids

Category: Kids Organic Gardening


Kids Elderberry Flu Remedy

The elderberry bush is a large bush, growing between 6 and 16 feet, that produces bunches of bluish black berries in full or partial sun and rich, well drained soil. For thousands of years, people have used elderberries to boost…

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Kids Store Veggies

Kids can store the harvest of organic veggies from their backyard raised bed garden in a way that extends their freshness. Kids should store tomatoes at room temperature; with an abundant harvest, kids can roast or cook them and make…

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Kids Rose Hip Syrup

Roses are edible flowers that kids can use to dress their salads or desserts. Roses are exquisite as decorations on a cake. Edible rose petals make fanciful ice cubes for a party punch on festive occasions. Rosewater as a facial…

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Kids Dry Climate Edibles

Families that would like to plant food in their landscape, but live in a dry climate, like California or Arizona, can choose from a variety of fruit trees, plants, and vines that are drought tolerant and long living to plant…

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Kids Heirloom Apples

There are thousands of cultivars of apples. Heirloom apples are older varieties with a wide diversity of seasons, flavor, and texture, produced in open pollination, and grown in small batches that have adapted to their local environment. Warmer winters and…

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Kids Herbal Companion Plants

Herbs make nice companion plants to veggie plants, other herbs, fruits, and flowers. Healing herbs are good for kids and good for the garden. Some herbs provide assistance to each other to improve growing conditions and repel pests. The garden…

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Kids Plant Trees

Planting trees can save the planet from the drastic climate change that is happening today. Las Flores Community Garden has planted a fruit tree orchard in the picture above that not only provides fruit, but improves the local water, air,…

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