Little Gardeners is a compact range of easy to grow seeds that will give quick results to delight and encourage young gardeners. The varieties contain all the usual favourites for kids and come with growing instructions that are easy to follow and understand at any age.
Mr Fothergill's also stocks a fun range of children's all-in-one garden kits to get your little one started in growing from seed. Our kits contain everything you need to get started, including pot, soil and seeds.
Are you looking for a fun and sustainable activity to do with your kids? Great for introducing children of any age to gardening, our compact range of Little Gardeners seed packs are some of our bestselling products — and for good reason!
Introduce your children to the joys of gardening
As a whole, our Little Gardeners products include starter seeds for kids, all-in-one kits and quirky animal grass hair cutting pots — perfect for expanding your child’s interest in gardening. With easy to follow instructions and beginner-friendly starter soil and planting pots, your kids will be growing veggies, flowers and herbs before you know it.
Using some of the most recognisable and fast-growing plants like pumpkins, purple peas and sunflowers, your children will love learning about the entire growing process with these easy-to-use kid’s gardening kits. Created to be both fun and educational, we even carry a selection of cute animals and face pots perfect for encouraging increased interest and learning about the process of growing your own food.
Shop our collection of kid’s gardening kits today
Mr Fothergill’s is proud to offer a diverse range of kid’s gardening kits to help inspire the future generation to fall in love with gardening and sustainability. Find the Mr Fothergill’s seeds range at all good garden centres and major hardware stores, or shop with us online today to explore our entire selection of Little Gardeners kits today.
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