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Bag Gardens and how to make one

Bag Gardens and how to make one

Bag gardens

Bag Gardens are a type of African garden that Send a Cow teaches families how to make in Africa. They are also a great way to get your pupils involved in a growing project, learning about healthy eating and life in an African country. These mini-gardens make the most of soil, compost and waste water, are easy to weed and can be grown in schools.  Order a Bag Garden Starter Kit for £12 by calling us on 01225 874222.  Why not enter your garden into our annual competition by sending photos to us using the form below?

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