The best experience gardening I’ve ever had was seeing it through my children’s eyes. In this post, we connect with Beanstalk Seeds who gets you gardening with kids. The Beet dip recipe in this post is a fun recipe you will enjoy growing with your kids and eating.
BeanStalk Seeds Gets You Gardening with Kids
Have you heard of Beanstalk Seeds? I started following this fairly new company on Twitter and love how energized their easy gardening shares are daily. Beanstalk Seeds are unique and colorful … and I’m sure very tasty judging by the looks on the little ones faces on social media daily. I love that each purchase made helps low-income families and urban schools grow their own nutritious fruits and vegetables at the Kansas City Community Gardens. I’m super excited to talk with Andrea of BeanStalk Seeds who has three children of her own that enjoy gardening. In the post, you can catch the replay on Youtube, listen to the podcast or scroll through the chat room from the live stream.
Gardening with Children and BeanStalk Seeds
In this GardenChat Live presentation Host, Bren enjoys some growing giggles with Andrea from BeanstalkSeeds.com . Andrea shares some awesome tips on gardening with kids, recipes, and some super fun activity ideas that will get your kids out in the garden. Need help getting your children outside and gardening… Andrea shared some great veggies you should try growing with them in this GardenChat Live presentation.
Watch this GardenChat Live and more at GardenChat with Bren Playlist on Youtube.
Beet Dip Recipe
One of the best ways to get your kids interested in experimenting with new foods is to show them how to grow it! Below is a yummy recipe Laura from BeanStalk Seeds shared with me. You’ll have to try it and tell me what you think of it. Don’t forget to share if the kids enjoyed it.
Featured During the Presentation
Other vegetables featured in this presentation are pictured below. All of these I totally recommend growing with your children because they are fun and a no-fail crop! These are also fun vegetables to grow organically so the kids can eat them right off the vine and plant. Another fun note about the vegetables below is did you know you can eat pea leaves? Be sure to check out my post about growing Peas with Children.
I would love to hear your feedback or maybe you have a request for an upcoming show topic on my live show. Be sure to comment below sharing your favorite seed to grow with kids.
Happy Spring Gardening,