Added by on 2017-08-27

School gardens are a great way to get kids involved in the outdoors and learning about nature from an early age. Teach children to grow and they’ll develop a healthy attitude to food that will last a lifetime. School gardens demonstrate, hands-on, where good, nourishing fruit and vegetables come from. In this short video we’ll show you how to start a school garden from scratch and discover new ways to get kids growing. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: and many more… To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: If you’ve noticed any pests or beneficial insects in your garden lately please report them to us at Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Start a School Garden – Help Kids Grow Healthy Food!Plant a Back To School Vegetable Garden this Fall with the Kids!How to Plant a MESSY GARDEN for Beginners & Kids | EASY GARDENING!The Kids Plant A Summer Vegetable Garden | Homestead KidsHow to Grow a Bean Plant? | Science for KidsThe Kids Learn To Plant Sweet Potatoes In The Garden | Homestead Kids

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  • amina jagne 3 months ago

    Your daughter is soooooo adorable. Love this idea involving children in gardening. My teenage daughter & niece enjoy harvest time in the garden and cooking/preparing the fresh picked produce.

  • Davish Lamburnt 3 months ago

    Great idea.

  • uzername1nvalid 3 months ago

    I think that this is one of the most important/beneficial things that we can ever do for the next generation.

  • Daniel Pratt 3 months ago

    She's a natural.

  • Homestead Quail Cottage 3 months ago

    Oh my gosh your daughter is adorable!

  • Mike Dent 3 months ago

    Great Video!

  • minisvlad 3 months ago

    My son's school did this over the summer here. They asked for volunteer families to each take a week over the break so they knew who would be helping. They had rain barrels and everything fairly well labeled.

    They asked that we would supply a list of anything that we harvested during our week. I could not believe the tomatoes and onions that we got. The basil and oregano were great as well. We also managed to get some japanese egg plant and some sweet banana peppers. All 3 of my kids helped out during our week and had a blast watering and helping us decide which tomatoes were ready.

  • bcgoette 3 months ago

    This video is adorable. Those are some lucky children to be learning early.

  • Livvy Kay 3 months ago

    Love it!

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  • Mo Poppins 3 months ago

    Your daughter's you mini-me!! Adorable! <3