We had the shop teacher make framed raised beds, but what plants should we. on the first school day you can get it together and there's a darn good chance the. To me, it isn't really a SCHOOL garden if only a tiny percentage of students .
Many plants can be grown from seed in indoor gardens. Low-light plants for win- dowsill gardens include vegetable plants with leaf or root crops, such as beets, carrots, collards, lettuce, mustard greens, parsley, radishes, Swiss chard, and turnips.
Lamb's ears, Stachys byzantina; as its common name suggests, its downy leaves resemble the ears of a lamb. Silver sage, Salvia argentea; large, silvery â€“white leaves covered in cotton wool like down. Jerusalem sage, Phlomis fruticosa; soft, downy leaves and stems with pretty, yellow flowers.
This means that they are suitable for garden cultivation.. A sensible way of protecting plants from soil dwelling pests is to cover the plants in horticultural fleece.
School gardens are a great way to use the schoolyard as a classroom,. sugar snap peas, great for planting along garden fences early in the growing season