Kids grow Perennial Veggies

Instead of growing veggies in a patch of straight rows of crops, kids can plant a variety of interesting perennial edibles in a relaxed design in the landscape. To grow perennial veggies, kids can check plant labels at the nursery to discover their winter hardiness, as it is important to get the right variety for…

Kids Commune with Nature

Kids can discover a safe and happy place in their organic food garden by creating a comfortable place to sit and experience the wonders of nature, write in a journal, or draw a picture, away from addictive electronics. In their happy place, kids can observe the sun, wind, and rain patterns in the oxygen rich…

Kids Garden Sustainability

Kids can grow an abundant organic regenerative raised bed garden without chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides and help turn around the the crisis in the world’s soil health, fresh water availability, air quality, and human health. Living organic soil is the womb of nature and feeding it pure water, lots of compost, and red wriggler…

Kids grow Container Citrus Trees

For thousands of years around the world, people have been growing citrus trees in clay pots and moving them to protected areas in the winter. Because citrus trees are attractive evergreen trees that produce masses of highly fragrant flowers that perfume the air, these potted trees have decorated palaces as well as patios and make…

Kids Gardens Prepare for Emergencies

Kids can grow an organic veggie garden in their backyard and provide their family with a sustainable city living plan. Kids can plant potatoes, carrots, beets, onions, garlic, and cabbage in raised beds that will store well in cellars for fresh food in case the power goes out during weather disasters. Kids can also grow…

Kids Permaculture Food Forest

Unlike most backyard veggie gardens, a food forest is planted once and left to grow with little care. Kids can design their food forest by choosing certain local organic heirloom root vegetables, fruit trees, salad greens, herbs, native flowers, perennials, and berries that will grow year after year without replanting. Local permaculture gardeners can recommend…

Kids grow Graffiti Cauliflower

When kids grow veggies in their backyard, they can choose unusual varieties and help preserve heirloom seeds. Cauliflower comes in many colors: snowy white, orange, green, and purple. Graffiti cauliflower is a variety of deep purple cauliflower that turns mauve after cooking. It has a mild taste with a nutty, slightly sweet flavor. It looks…

Reasons for Kids Organic Gardens

When we use our consumer power and buy organic, we can change the world. Organic farming is necessary for the planet, because kids need healthy lands, breathable air, protected species, and drinkable water. Small organic farms are improving the food quality, as well as the air, the soil, and the water in their environment. Organic…

Kids plant Flowers with Veggies

Inviting Nature to help grow the fruits and veggies makes gardening easier and more abundant with no need to use pesticides or fungicides that harm the air, soil, water, beneficial creatures, and the food being grown. Kids can add flowers to their organic raised bed veggie gardens for stronger, more productive plants with fewer pests….

Kids grow Cherimoya Trees

Kids love the cherimoya fruits, which have a sweet tropical pudding consistency and are so yummy as frozen sorbet. Because the fruits are very delicate, cherimoyas are not often seen in the grocery store, making them even more of a treat to grow. Kids can pick the juicy fruits when they are hard and bright…