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All the world's a playground!

While walking back from our kite flying adventures yesterday, my little one tripped and skinned his knees and elbows. The sight of the grazed knee distressed him more than the actual pain. 1,277 more words


Les Jardins Suspendus du Marqueyssac - 7 July 2014

The Jardins du Marqueyssac were much anticipated, not by me so much as several of my friends who are vicariously joining me on this adventure. The rolling-folding-squirming boxwood seemed just too weird for my straight-line-right-angle taste. 418 more words

French Gardens

Lost In The Dallas Arboretum

This weekend we visited the Dallas Arboretum and the lovely Children’s Garden.  It was like Alice in Wonderland brought to life and, except for the 95 degree heat, was a magical journey through a garden maze where surprises awaited at every turn. 70 more words

Noelle Morgan


We’re so excited! Camp starts on Monday (with a day off for everyone on Canada Day don’t forget)! Our Camp Counsellors are getting ready for a summer full of fun, organic gardening, hiking, swimming, cooking and so much more.  102 more words

High Park

A Miniature Village is Built in a Day

It was the last school garden class on Monday and I had forty grade three students descend on the Ladner Community Garden. The children were very excited when they arrived as they knew we were having a fun day at the garden. 526 more words

Kristin Crouch

Plants and People: Celebrating the Brooklyn Botanic Children's Garden

On Saturday, June 7th, 2014, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) celebrated the 100th Anniversary of its renowned Children’s Garden. As Frances Miner, who worked in the Children’s Garden for 43 years said, “There are plants and there are people, and there are many ways they can be brought together.” 1,477 more words


Mulch is a Garden's Friend, Usually

Silver Cord students and a few adults helped spread mulch at the garden. Two truck loads were dumped on the ground and we started to shovel and spread so that the mulch was approximately three inches thick. 170 more words

Learning Garden