- Start your child with a raised vegetable bed garden. They're simple to install and a perfect introduction to growing his/her own flowers.
- Consider using "enclosed" vegetable gardens. They help to keep your garden critter free!
About Louise Hassan
After working in the wine business for 15 years, Louise returned to her passion and pursued a Certificate in Garden Design at UC Berkeley Extension, which she completed in 2002. She then embarked on her garden design career. In order to teach children how to grow fruits and vegetables, Louise has been trained in the Grow Biointensiveª method of sustainable mini-farming. In 2008 Louise became a licensed landscape contractor. Currently, she serves as a children's docent at the San Francisco Botanical Garden and is a member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLD). When she's not busy designing gardens for her young clients or leading garden tours for children, she can be found in her own garden in San Anselmo, California.