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Family gardens are evolving spaces, particularly during the early childhood years. In infancy and early toddlerhood, a garden is purely sensory experience. As kids get older, their family garden becomes a site for work, relaxation, and learning. Here are some ideas to get kids engaged and excited about gardening, whether your family is working with a ledge, containers, or a yard.

What are you doing to get your children involved in gardening this spring? 

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