Grow Plants in Containers Find Interesting Pots for Them By Connie Goldin Update July 16, 2013 Update July 12, 2013 The tomato plants are looking shoddy, but have begun producing fruit. Since I was a child, I have loved eating ripe tomatoes, as if they were apples–straight from hand to mouth– adding … Continue reading »
Plant Succulents in a Salad Bowl Enjoy Them On Your Table By Connie Goldin Succulents are beautiful and are easy to plant in a bowl or other “repurposed” container from your kitchen, garage, or kids’ room. Most succulents are nontoxic plants and are a great choice for kids to plant and enjoy. I used … Continue reading »
Make an Inexpensive Terrarium Recycle a Plastic Pretzel Jar By Connie Goldin You can make a terrarium from a plastic pretzel jar. This is a fun and interesting way to watch plants grow in your house. It is also a great vocabulary builder, as kids learn the names of plants, scientific terms (condensation, humidity, … Continue reading »
Connie Goldin talks about several common toxic plants, that we may have in our homes and offices.
Connie Goldin talks about beautiful, nontoxic house plants that are safe to have in homes with kids and pets.
Children need to be taught from a very young age that there are plants they cannot touch or taste.
Grow Vegetables In Water Learning how plants grow is fun!” By Connie Goldin Update of Green Onions Caution: Sprouted and green potatoes are toxic if ingested! Check Out the Latest Progress I remember growing sweet potatoes and avocado pits in water when I was a child. It was fun to see them sprout … Continue reading »
Dr. Seuss must have had a hand in the design of cactus!