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Edible Garden Sprouts

June 4 @ 1:00 PM

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An event every 2 weeks that begins at 1:00pm on Tuesday, repeating until August 27, 2019

Edible Garden Sprouts
Tuesdays, 1 – 2pm

Edible Garden Sprouts programs introduce children and their favorite adult to the world of plants and gardening. Children who grow their own food are more likely to eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Each program includes time in the children’s garden. Our mini gardeners will learn about the process of gardening, by planting seeds, maintaining their young plants, and harvesting vegetables.
$10 members, $15 non-members. (Fee is for the child only).

To sign up for all seven classes, click here.
To sign up for individual classes, use the links below each class.

Flower Feeders
June 4

Pollinators like butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds are an important part of any garden. Take some time to search our garden for pollinators and then plant special flowers to attract these critters. To register for this class only, click here.

Parts of a Plant

June 18

Can we really eat the whole plant? Harvest plants from our garden and taste the fruits (and leaves, and roots) of our labor. They are all tasty! To register for this class only, click here.

Food Rainbow
July 2

Discover the colors of the rainbow right in our garden! Go on a color hunt to see what you can find. Harvest some vegetables bursting with color, and discover what you can do with our beautifully pigmented finds. To register for this class only, click here.

Fall Crop
July 16

July is a busy time in the garden. Now is the time to plant our cool weather crops like broccoli, cabbage, and carrots! Get your hands dirty getting these seeds into the garden. Take a look around and see what needs to be harvested, and enjoy our bounty.
To register for this class only, click here.

Life Cycle Picnic
July 30

Plants change and grow as they move through their life cycle. Explore the garden to see how many different phases we can find – seeds, sprouts, flowers, and fruit. Harvest some plants and see what parts are the most delicious.
To register for this class only, click here.

Under the Plants
August 13

Healthy soil is essential for plant growth. Come with us on an earthy adventure and investigate compost, red wiggler worms and insects that are important for the garden. Then we’ll harvest some summer veggies. Get ready to get your hands dirty!
To register for this class only, click here.

Terrific Tea
August 27

Tea can be made from all sorts of plants. Explore the garden to discover which can be made into this delicious beverage. We’ll harvest aromatic herbs and make some homemade brew. Then plant some seeds that will turn into tea plants.
To register for this class only, click here.


June 4
1:00 PM
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Joanne Landau
610-566-9134, ext. 303


Tyler Arboretum
515 Painter Road
Media, PA 19063 United States
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