Kids love gardens and one like this is so fun to make and takes virtually no maintenance apart from watering. They will really enjoy making new items for the garden and changing the theme as the seasons change.
It is a very good way of teaching about plants and germination and seasons plus they will hopefully develop a sense of responsibility caring for their little garden.
We don’t have a garden so I created this on a patch of tarmac at the bottom of the steps.
I simply laid a sheet of plastic over the tarmac raised up around the borders on bricks. This made a hollow in the centre which I filled with compost.
I planted a mixture of real and artificial plants . Some planted directly into the compost. Others in small plant pots.
The garden was made in the spring and has survived high winds, rain, drought and temps. of 40+
Last week I changed the theme to Autumn by adding lots of fir cones, dry leaves and little Veggie characters.