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Kids' Gardening Accessories We Give a Green Thumbs Up!

balcony gardener for kids

The Balcony Gardener sells products that are gardening alternatives to the traditional methods. While gardening is certainly always fun for some, others might need a little inspiration to give it another try.  The following products make it easier for kids to join you outdoors to make something grow for themselves, an opportunity for bonding and productive time for everyone.

the balcony gardener for kids

Plantable Petal Records

It’ll be music to your ears to hear your child get excited about gardening with these awesome plantable paper records, packaged in cool 45rpm record sleeves.

the balcony gardener for kids

Flower Bomb

Be advised: no plants will be harmed in the planting of this bomb. It’s more like a green explosion for the wilderness-impaired. Each order comes with a set of three grenades that sprout an “army” of assorted flowers.

the balcony gardener for kids

Nyokki Planters

Nyokki means grow, and that’s just what these planters support. Each planter is handmade from glazed ceramic with fabric legs for detail. They’re filled with ryegrass seed and a growing medium, so all your child has to do is feed it water, sunshine, and a little bit of love. Style and cut the hair on these cute little creatures as the ryegrass grows!

the balcony gardener for kids

Matchstick Gardens

Super fun matchbooks with miniature planters inside. Just tear out a stick, insert into soil, and water for a wildflower or herb garden in no time. Kids can tote them easily in case of gardening emergencies: desolate patches of soil beware.

For more gardening fun, visit The Balcony Gardener website.

 

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