Need some kids gardening ideas? If you want to get them started young, here are a few garden ideas they’ll surely love.
Kids Gardening Ideas
Have I ever mentioned I love gardening? I’m sure I have in more than one occasion. I’ve been gardening for as long as I can remember and I have my mom and grandma to thank for that. So when I had kids of my own, I made sure that I taught them a thing or two about growing their garden. If you also have kids who you want to learn gardening, here are a few ideas and gardening projects they can get started on.
12 Cute Kids Gardening Ideas To Do This Summer
1. Fairy Garden
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A great gardening project for little girls. Help them build miniature gardens for their fairy friends. Get ideas here.
2. Painted Rock Garden Markers
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What kid doesn’t like to color and paint? Teach them how to make painted rock garden markers for your garden.
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A garden isn’t complete without bird feeders. Get some DIY ideas here.
This cute affordable kids gardening tool set is perfect! They’ll love having their own mini version of all the right gardening tools! Get it here.
4. Minion Planter
You can make these in different sizes. Minions are not only cute but they’ll bring so much brightness to your garden. See it here.
5. Clay Cactus Garden
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This may be made out of clay, but kids have to start somewhere right? Instructions here.
If you get hungry gardening, here are a couple of recipes kids can try!
6. Flower Seed Bomb
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Now this is the bomb! Throw one into your yard and it’ll scatter all the wildflower seeds. It’s fun to make and great for your own garden or as a gift. Get the tutorial here.
7. DIY Milk Carton Herb Gardens
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Teach kids the art of upcycling and gardening at the same time. See it here.
8. The Door in the Woods
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So cute and magical! I’m sure your kid will love to make this tiny gnome door with you. Check it out here.
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It’s as simple as putting them in a jar and watching them grow. Get all the details here.
Start it small and see how your kid starts to appreciate the beauty of black gold. Tutorial here.
11. Paint A Flower Pot
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Kids love colorful things. Let them design and color their flower pots by following these steps.
12. DIY Terrarium
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Take your garden indoors and start making this beautiful terrarium with the kids. You can use a mason jar too if you want! Check it out here.
Want to see a garden kids will not just love but also love to play with? Then watch this video from Better Homes and Gardens:
Which garden idea will you make with the kids? Let us know below in the comments!
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