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Container Gardening with Kids

Learn how this approach can become a cost-effective, successful, and fun way to grow at school, home, or anywhere!

A child planting a rainbow garden in bright pink containers

About the Webinar

As long as you have some sun and access to water, gardening in containers lets you and your kiddos grow vegetables, herbs, flowers, and even fruit trees. A container garden can be as simple as a few pots of herbs in a window box or as elaborate as an array of large outdoor tubs with plants that rotate seasonally. You can do all your gardening in containers, or they can complement an in-ground garden space.

We’ll share how you can most successfully engage kids in container gardening and how this approach can become a cost-effective, successful, fun way to grow at school, home, or anywhere.

One lucky registrant will be chosen at random to receive a Nest container garden from our sponsor, Crescent Garden.

Register to win!

Register to win!

Everyone that registers for the webinar will be entered to win a Nest raised bed planter! It is the perfect hassle-free container system to grow your herbs, vegetables and edible flowers. The double-walled planter holds enough water for 2–6 weeks. 

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Featuring

Join KidsGardening’s Senior Education Specialist, Sarah Pounders, and gardening expert, Charlie Nardozzi, for a fun, interactive Container Gardening with Kids webinar.

Charlie Nardozzi

Charlie Nardozzi

Charlie Nardozzi is a regional Emmy® award winning garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. He has worked for more than 30 years bringing expert gardening information to home gardeners through radio, television, talks, tours, on-line, and the printed page. Charlie delights in making gardening information simple, easy, fun and accessible to everyone.

Sarah Pounders

Sarah Pounders

Sarah Pounders has been active in the field of youth gardening for over 20 years. As an Education Specialist at KidsGardening.org, she has coordinated numerous children’s gardens, written curricula and activities for youth of all ages, taught formal and informal youth education programs, and conducted teacher training sessions on integrating gardens into the classroom.

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Date: September 6, 2022

Time: 7-8 PM EST

Cost: By donation, $12 recommended

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