It’s almost time to start thinking about our garden, and this year, my kids want to help us grow things. They were inspired by the organic farm camp they attended last year, and at this point, I think they know more about gardening than I do. Miracle-Gro has recently introduced some new kids’ sets that offer kids a great way to learn about gardening.
We received the Miracle-Gro Kids Gravity Gro Station, which grows tomatoes upside down. The package comes a special gro-chart and seeds to plant. While it’s still too early to plant tomatoes here in New England, I’m definitely looking forward to May when we can start our garden.
Miracle-Gro also offers lots of different sets, including a Pixie-Hollow greenhouse and a Mickey Mouse clubhouse greenhouse! You can learn more on the Miracle-Gro kids website.
Disclosure: I received the Gravity Gro set at no cost for review.