Wheeled Grow Bed

This wheel shaped grow bed is a perfect way to show off herbs or bedding plants. The 6 different compartments allow children to have their individual planting area to grow herbs, vegetables or flowers making great use of the space available. Dimensions: 200(H) x 1400mm(W) Suitable for age 2 years+

D15210 Each £123.95

Gardening Gloves

These gardening gloves are designed to allow children the flexibility they need whilst working in the garden and also to provide maximum protection. Elastic around the wrist will ensure that they do not fall off little hands. Suitable for age 3 years+

816507 Each £2.95 Hand Tools ACTIVITY

IDEA Grow your own

Children will love being able to eat something that they have planted and nurtured themselves and it’s a fantastic way of developing a deeper understanding of where food comes from. Allowing your little learners to prepare the soil, plant the seeds and look after the plants until they are ready to pick and taste will give them an interesting and empowering learning experience.

• Prepare your children for a messy activity with overalls and gloves, or just let them

get stuck in with their hands for more of a sensory experience.

• Give them a small plant pot and allow them to decorate it as they wish before filling with

compost and planting their seed.

• Let them enjoy watering their plant and watching it grow!

Watering Can

1.5 litre steel watering can featuring two handles, one handle over the top of the body for carrying around the garden and a handle on the back of the body to tilt water over plants. Suitable for age 3 years+

816498 6 Shop Little Learners Each £8.95

This set of durable plastic tools are designed ergonomically especially for young children. Includes a hand fork, trowel and hand rake to help children pot up their own plants and start growing fruit and flowers in no time! Ideal for improving dexterity and hand/eye coordination. Suitable for age 3 years+

816497 Set £6.95

space can be used to grow herbs, tomatoes or strawberries


Even the smallest


Let children get involved as much

as possible! Any mess can easily be cleaned up, especially if you do your planting outside.

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