Jill Primak, a landscape architect and the mother of a young child, has written a delightful article on the joys of starting pollinator gardens with children. It forms the basis of a new Exchange Reflections, “Pollinator Gardens for Children: The What, Why and How!”
The Reflections is full of great food-for-thought, practical tips and inspiring ideas. Here’s a small sampling of Jill’s writing:
“My aim is to inspire you to start your own pollinator garden, empower you to navigate the vast amount of information available on the subject, involve children in the process and have a little fun, too. Before launching into the task of gardening with children, I recommend the following attitudes:
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Sarker, yes! thank you for the comment.
Wonderful idea indeed! Children can feel the ownership, doer, achiever, promoter and so on from the process. We should provide that space for children.