Rocket Gardens: Organic Children's Garden

£34.95
Sale: £29.71
Save: 15% off

Contact Us
satisfaction guaranteed
Share on Facebook   Tweet This Page  

Description

We've found that children are much more likely to eat vegetables they've helped to grow.  Getting children to help with growing vegetables is a great way to teach them about food, the environment, and gardening. Home-grown vegetables are more tasty and nutritious than shop bought produce "" so they'll be better for you, your cooking, and your children.

Vegetables included with the children's garden are simple to grow, requiring no gardening experience.  The vegetables can be grown on a vegetable patch, in pots, or in growbags. You'll be amazed at how much food you harvest from such a small garden.

The children's garden includes the following baby organic plants:

  • Pumpkins x 3
  • Courgettes x 3
  • Strawberries x 3
  • Tomatoes x 3
  • Runner beans x 5
  • Borlotti beans x 5
  • Beetroot x10
  • Peas x 10
  • Carrots x 20
  • Mixed lettuce x 10
  • Spinach x 10
  • Potatoes x10

A Brilliant Gift

Garden vouchers are available for order all year round "" so you can give the children's garden as a gift at any time of year.  The garden makes a perfect birthday or Christmas gift for children "" just think how delighted they'll be to harvest vegetables they've helped to grow.

Eco-Friendly Food

All plants are seasonally and organically grown in Cornwall according to strict Soil Association standards.  No artificial heat, chemical pesticides, fertilisers, or sprays are used in growing.

No plastics or non-compostable packaging will be included with your "¦ garden.  The vegetables you grow will of course have no packaging "" a huge environmental benefit considering that two thirds of household waste in the UK is packaging.

Why is organic, home-grown food good for you?

Organic food grown in your own garden is the healthiest and most environmentally-friendly food you can get.  Home grown organic veg has zero food miles, and is not laced with chemical pesticides and fertiliser.  

Vegetables picked and eaten when they're fully ripe contain the maximum possible amount of nutrients and have a superior taste.  Supermarket suppliers harvest vegetables pre-ripe, and there can be days or weeks between when the vegetables are harvested and when you eat them.  Every day between harvesting and cooking, valuable nutrients and taste are lost.

Important Delivery and Order Information

Baby plants for the children's garden are grown without artificial heat and within the seasons.  When you order your children's garden, you will receive a garden voucher.  If you redeem your voucher between 1 April and 1 August, your plants will be delivered for autumn harvest.  For vouchers redeemed after 1 August, plants will be delivered in the following spring.

Vouchers can be redeemed online, or via freepost.

Plants are dispatched on a first-come, first-served basis, so the sooner you redeem your voucher, the sooner you will receive your plants the following spring.

Next delivery: Up to August 1st, 2010 and then again from Spring 2011.

The courier delivering your garden does not require a signature, so you will not have to wait at home for it to be delivered.

There are postal surcharges for garden deliveries to the Isle of Man, the Isles of Scilly, Ireland, the Isle of Wight, the Channel Islands, and the Scottish Highlands and islands. Call us for a price to these areas - anything is possible, it just may cost more.

as recommended by the Daily Mail and The Independent



  • Manufactured by: Rocket Gardens