Seeds of Green

Children need to understand the ecosytem if they are to come to terms with climate change.

The RHS know that children love gardening – so you need Seeds of Green to inspire their dreams or enhance their knowledge about food.

Kate Humble holding a copy of the book at Llanberis in North Wales

Seeds of Green has been written to enable children’s minds to be enlightened by nature through gardening.

Landscaping school grounds to create the most useful and practical area for the learning experience outdoors is an investment for their future as environmentally aware citizens.

Gardening is a lifetime learning process.

Gardening covers ecology, geology, microbiology, taxonomy, with many other subjects associated with it; and it has socioeconomic importance.

“What you do [as landscapers] is not about strategies or master plans – it is about paradise lost and won and its about mystery. If you can’t dream in it … or make love in it, you might as well Tarmac it.”

Tim Smit, Eden Project – Horticulture Week 25 Nov 2011