Children’s Garden and Adult Education Garden

May 30, 2011 at 9:24 AM Leave a comment

Good morning folks, and happy Monday!

Today I wanted to talk to you about the combination children’s garden and adult education garden we have here at Ed Hume Seeds.  It’s been around for several years and gets lots of visitors every season.

The garden consists of fifteen fun and educational garden areas, including the Quiz Garden, Blind Garden, Bird Garden, Flowering Plant area, Drought Garden, Native Plant area, Herb Garden, Maze, Crazy Garden, and more.  On tours for schools or children’s groups, children get to plant a seed, bulb, or cutting to take with them.  They also learn about tissue culture, grafting, cuttings, rhizomes, bulbs, and much more in a solar greenhouse.

We designed this unique garden just for children…but the adults insist it is an educational garden and is of as much interest to adults as it is to kids. So the staff has decided to open it to adult groups too!

The garden is open from May 4th to September 16th and is available for groups to come and tour.  Follow this link for more information about the garden, photos of the garden, and directions on how to reserve a day for your group.

The children’s garden and adult education garden is a wonderful summer event that is as fun as it is educational.  Contact us today to set up a time for your school, group of friends, art class, office, or club to visit our garden this summer.




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