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Seedling Pot

Get a start on your garden and teach children how food grows and also recycling egg cartons.

Supplies

Bottom of egg carton
Potting soil
Easy-to-grow vegetable, flower or herb seeds

Instructions

Poke small hole in bottom of each egg cup (for drainage).


Fill each egg cup ¾ full with potting soil.


Plant a seed in each egg cup.


Water, put in sunny window & continue to water when dry. Watch plants grow! (They will need to be transplanted to the garden or bigger pots when they outgrow their pots.)

Make sure you have a pan or something underneath to catch any water that may drain through the egg carton.

This project reprinted courtesy of Alberta Egg Producers.com.

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Early Elementary Craft, Nature Crafts, Recycled Egg Carton

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