The Window Box Book

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Little Bookroom, 1999 - Gardening - 87 pages
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Drawing from her teaching experience, Karen Fausch has designed 12 irresistible and sure-to-succeed window box gardens for children to plant and cultivate. Each has a theme and related activity. For example, the Jack-Be-Little Box has mini pumpkins and instructions for carving initials that grow as the jack-o'-lantern does.

By following the simple instructions, children will learn gardening skills they can use for a lifetime, including how to mix potting soil, fertilize, water, control light and temperature, and identify insects.

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