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#119405 Aug 27th, 2007 at 04:12 PM
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This is the link to a thread about an assortment of gardens for children with disabilities. Lots of clever concepts!

Gardening For Children With Disabilities



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I think it is a shame to have this link labelled specifically for children with disabilities. Although therapeutic in nature, ANY child -- or even adult -- would enjoy growing these specialty gardens.

The Magical Garden, the Spaghetti Garden, the Touch Garden, The Giant Vegetable Garden would be fascinating additions to any landscape.


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Here is a link that will take you to a thread about 20 specialty gardens children of all ages would enjoy. A Halloween Garden, An Edible flower Garden, a Moon Garden, A Scented Garden ... to name a few.



More Specialty Gardens For Children



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How about that... it took a while, and I've been away with children as well, but it's great to see this idea get some attention.


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