Window Garden

Ages 3+

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The more you know, the more you grow! Learn about plant science in a hands-on way, by assembling your own suction-cup window planters and growing a set of green bean and squash plants. Learn to take care of your plants, identify new plant parts as they sprout, and make yummy dishes using fruit and other plant parts! The perfect plant project for budding botanists everywhere.


  • Learn how plants grow
  • Plant your own seeds
  • Grow your garden
  • Observe your garden
  • Transplant your garden
  • Read about plants we eat
  • Learn about amazing plants


  • Scientific Observations
  • Plant Parts & Growth
  • Plant Science

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    Cynthia, Sep 15, 2020

    I can do it Mom

    My 5 year old daughter loved this easy to do project. She did it all on her own with adult reading the instructions.

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    Linda Rattner, Aug 26, 2020

    Fun to see it grow!

    My grandson really liked the window garden! I was thrilled that the seds came up so quickly! My grandson also was so proud of the seeds that he grew!

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    Elizabeth, Aug 14, 2020

    Kids loved it!

    Perfect for a 2 or a 4 year old! They both enjoy watching and taking care of their plants. I let then choose either the squash or bean

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    Ana, Aug 2, 2020

    Informative and fun!

    We were shocked and by how quickly the plant started to grow. My four-year-old absolutely loved learning about plants and transplanting her squash and green beans into new, larger pots.

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    zzz, Jul 22, 2020

    Long process development

    For my boy, it is a little too long to watch. Soy bean seeds did not germinate mostly. But yes, good to learn some plants and how to plant them for children.

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    Deirdra, Jul 3, 2020


    This was just the perfect size. We've only just planted the seeds a few days ago. But the directions are simple and easy to understand and just enough time that my four year olds attention span lasted the length of the activity.

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