Capital Gardens Launches Kids Gardening GuideColin Campbell-Preston
Make the most of your kids’ summer holidays this year by encouraging them out into the garden, helping to create a beautiful outdoor space for your home and treating them to a big slice of fresh air. You don’t have to be a green-fingered expert to bestow gardening skills upon your kids, Capital Gardens have compiled a series of tips, tricks and ideas to encourage the youngsters out of the house and into the back garden.
The Capital Gardens Kids Gardening Guide offers practicable advice for kids keen on improving their growing, nurturing, pruning and planting – whilst also providing ideas for great games the whole family can enjoy in the garden. So head on over to the Capital Gardens Kids Gardening Guide by clicking the link below.
From growing spuds to building homes for bees; we’ve compiled a wide range of guides – so you and the kids can make the most of your garden. However you use the garden, the kids gardening guide will get the younger members of the family involved and interested.
Alongside our own tips and advice, we’ve sourced input from experts and bloggers keen to share their knowledge and expertise. This makes for a more comprehensive guide, helping to get the kids (and the big kids too) out in the garden.
We’re constantly adding to the Capital Gardens Kids Gardening Guide, so keep checking back for more tips and advice. We’ve got some very exciting upcoming additions to the guide, keeping young gardeners interested for longer.
All of these nuggets of advice and guidance are offered in line with the Young Gardeners Club – Capital Gardens’ drive to get more young people interested in horticulture and the great outdoors. The club has been developed to educate, invigorate and inspire kids to use gardening throughout their lives, giving them the skills needed to be more self-sufficient.
To head straight over to the Young Gardeners Club page, click the link below.
We’d love to know if you and the kids have any of your own gardening tips and ideas for games – we’ll even add our favourites to the guide. To share your favourite tips and game ideas with us, simply comment below.
To visit the three Capital Gardens stores in London, head over to our store locations page. Every one of the stores are staffed by experienced and enthusiastic gardeners, excited to share their know-how with green-fingered enthusiasts of all ages.