Nature’s Wonders: Gardening with Kids

Nature’s Wonders, based in Rye, NH, is offering classes that get kids involved in gardening:

Plant Propagation
Nature’s Wonders, 550 Brackett Rd, Rye, NH
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
10 – 11:30 am or 3:30 – 5 pm

Learn how plants reproduce, using seeds, stem cuttings, layering and dividing. Each participant will bring home a few different plants and begin a life long skill of gardening–learning about the life cycle of plants as well as learning responsibility by taking care of them–and patience! There will also be time to play in the garden, look for worms or work in the green house.

Kitchen Gardening or Plants from Produce
Nature’s Wonders, 550 Brackett Rd, Rye, NH
Friday, April 5, 2013
10 – 11:30 am

You do not need a green thumb for this gardening adventure. We will sample common fruits or vegetables from the grocery store and sow seeds. You do not need a big yard, just a sunny windowsill. There will also be some time for free play outside to dig for worms, play in the woods or work in the green house.

For children of all ages. Cost is $20 per class, registration required. Classes take place at Nature’s Wonders, 550 Brackett Rd, Rye, NH. Contact: Patricia Ritter, natureswonders@gmail.com.

For more information: www.natureswondersnh.com

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