Thinking about our upcoming move next week, we’ve been talking a lot about how amazing it will be to plant a garden this spring. In addition to improving household organization, getting our hands dirty and growing our own veggies is an incredibly exciting prospect. Having lived in the city for the past couple of years, gardening was limited if not outright impossible, so this summer I anticipate going all out. I love the idea of getting our entire blended family in on the action, so thinking about ways to get the kids interested in gardening and growing their own food is a big deal to me. As a kid, I loved spending time in the dirt with my mother and my grandmother, then hauling in our bounty to get washed up for the day’s meals. Continuing in that spirit, here are 8 fun and creative ways to get the kids involved in creating a family garden!
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