Hannah (my 4 year old) and I took a gardening class last year at Acacia Demonstration Gardens. It was free to attend and was put on by the Master Gardeners of Southern Nevada. With the warmer weather coming upon us, I thought this might be fun to try this year.
- Milk jugs
- Nails, or a Screwdriver
Step 2: Before filling with dirt and seeds, make sure to poke holes (using nails or a screwdriver) in the bottom of milk container for drainage.
Step 3: Fill with dirt and seeds of your choice. For tiny seeds (such as radish), you can glue the seeds to a paper towel, then cover with dirt
Here's the radish that was grown in a small plastic container.