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How to Pot up Plants

How to Pot up Plants

25/11/2012

How to Pot up Plants

This simple video from Potty Innovations is a great introduction to teaching kids how to pot up their own plants.



It shows the skills a child needs to take a plant from a small pot from the garden centre and pot it up into a larger pot, including tapping the plant out, handling it and filling with compost.




 


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