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Put the fun into gardening with this cool kids' guide to growing plants indoors and out, all year round. RHS Get Growing by Holly Farrell, published this March at £14.99, is for parents and children who enjoy engaging with the outdoors and want to do more activities together.

It explains how plants work, describes the building blocks of gardening, and shows how to grow everything from cacti to cucumbers. With great facts and practical projects, giving the reader a lot of information, it's an ideal introduction for complete beginners, and designed to inspire a life-long love of gardening.

The projects and experiments are bite-sized and self-contained, ideal for weekends, holidays and even home-schooling. This book is ideal for parents and teachers who want to get kids connected with nature, experiencing the world and relating to the food that they eat. All the guidance is backed by scientific and educational research, drawn together by the team of RHS experts. 


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