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The Family Garden: Getting kids to grow healthy greens

4:40 PM, Jun. 21, 2013
Colorful lettuces, cabbages and kale are a great way to introduce children to gardening, allowing them to grow their own brightly colored crops.
Colorful lettuces, cabbages and kale are a great way to introduce children to gardening, allowing them to grow their own brightly colored crops.
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Getting kids to eat healthy garden vegetables and greens is easy when you put them in charge of growing the crops.

To get children excited about gardening and growing their own fresh produce, throw in a little fun and let them take responsibility for their own private little section of the garden.

Growing healthy salad greens takes on a whole new meaning when you let children use their imagination and create interesting variations on gardening using fresh greens. No longer are "greens" just green, making growing them even more exciting and fun for youngsters. ...

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