Learn how to make a lovely pressed flower picture using flowers from your garden in our latest Kids Corner series blog post! We take you through the step by step process, everything you need from picking the flowers to pressing and drying them!
Paint a fairy house flowerpot with the kids and help generate an interest in gardening amongst the younger generation. Follow our step by step guide to painting a fairy house flowerpot in our latest Kids Corner Blog!
Turn rocks into garden creatures or exciting markers which you can place around the garden, on the patio or on a windowsill - with our latest Kids Corner post, written to help you get creative in the garden with children this spring!
This month we're focussing on an activity that combines sustainability and nature itself! Recycle what you and the kids can find around the garden to create a perfect little home for your resident wildlife!
The 29th May to 6th June 2021 is National Children’s Gardening Week. This week is all about having fun in the garden and promoting gardening to families and children. Here, we've curated some of our most popular kids gardening activities for you to enjoy.
Looking for a lovely Christmas activity that doubles up as a gift too! Our special gingerbread recipe is an easy and fun recipe to do with the kids on a cold winters day. Read more in our Christmas gingerbread men recipe blog!
Wild birds come into our gardens in search of food and for shelter to nest and raise their young. Feeding the birds and providing a home for them is good fun and kind and caring too! Learn how to paint your own bird feed feeder and nest box with Burston today!
What you'll need: Leaves, berry stems, pine needles etc. Gloves Acrylic craft paint (use bright vibrant colours) Black card/thick paper Large sheet of paper [...]
Children across the world have been making daisy chains since the 1800’s. It is a fun outdoor activity that can keep your little ones occupied for a quite a [...]
Growing sunflowers from seed can be so much fun! Planted in May, they’ll tend to flower in August, so now it’s time to decide on size and colour. Whether [...]