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Pollinator Gardens

I recently became interested in pollinator gardens when I was doing some research about it for one of our ongoing projects. I got so much information from Missouri Botanical Garden and Saint Louis Zoo about how important a pollinator garden is and how to create...

Rooftop Vegetable Gardens

By: Christina Hughey   Wholefoods Rooftop Garden in Lynnfield   With mass population growth, and the demand of city living it may soon be a challenge to get everyone food. The scientific community has been working to come up with a solution to deliver food to more people populated...

Kids Grow in the Garden

By: Christina Hughey It’s finally that time of year again. Spring! Everything is starting to grow and new life begins. Just the other week I arrived at a friend’s house to see her and her beautiful children finish up planting seeds. They smiled as they placed...

Building a Sensory Garden

By: Christina Hughey   A sensory garden is designed to stimulate the senses. This stimulation occurs from plants and other things found in the garden. Sensory gardens are wonderful for children, including special needs children who can really benefit from sensory items. Sensory gardens provide a fun...