Botanical garden builder Scott Tucker will host a gardening workshop for kids next spring in Austin, TX. Home and Recreation will present the event live on their website with bonus small gardening DIY projects.
Austin, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/21/2015 -- Home and Recreation, a website for wholesome healthy family and home maintenance, will live stream an upcoming kid's gardening workshop in Austin, TX. The workshop will be hosted by gardening expert Scott Tucker, and aims to educate children on how they can help in the upkeep of existing gardens.
"We love workshops like this where the children are spotlighted for education," says Home and Recreation contributor Bertie Chang. "It is important to include children in outdoors happenings of adults, it helps them build the foundation of an active lifestyle. To combat childhood boredom and obesity, workshops like this are crucial in boosting what parents are usually doing on their own."
Tucker has been gardening at home and professionally building botanical gardens for the past 15 years. He specializes in the care and growth of existing plants and local species of flowers, vines, and bushes.
"Through my professional gardening business I have been unintentionally teaching for 15 years," says Tucker. "Of course I did not realize for some time that I could hold workshops outside of the normal day to day work I do. This course for children will help with more than just the local backyard gardens, I think it will help get the whole family out of the house."
The kids gardening workshop will show parent's how to include their children above the age of five in the maintenance of backyard and greenhouse gardens. Participants of the workshop will be educated on safe garden tools, safe fertilizers, and safe plants for use with kids. Home and Recreation will stream the two hour long workshop without interruption on their website.
Bonus small DIY kids garden projects will be published after the completion of the workshop.
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