100 Days of Science #80- Planting an Herb Garden

We try to plant something from seed each spring and this year we chose to try our hand at growing an herb garden.  



I just knew that would be a perfect edition to our 100 Days of Science Challenge!


Each boy picked one  packet and began planting the seeds in a few small plastic cups; making sure to label what they were planting.






Once they were all planted we gave them a good watering and then brought them inside to protect them from our cool nights.


We covered the tray with cling wrap to make our own little greenhouse and waited a few weeks to peek inside and see how they were doing.




Hopefully we'll be enjoying the fruits of our labor soon.



Others in this series:
53. Iodine and Starch Experiment
54. Flouride and Calcium Experiment
55. Botanical Gardens in Winter
56.  Making Cell Models
57. Which Has More Water; Ice or Snow?
58. Exploding Snow and Water Baggies
59.  Exploring Minerals
60. Visiting the Hartford Science Museum
61-63. 3 STEM Bridge Challenges
64. Making Models of the Earth
65. Plate Techtonics with Graham Crackers
66.  Homemade Lava Lamp
67.  Science Movies We're Watching
68.
Index Card Towers

69.  Botany at the Botanical Gardens
70. Best Board Games for Science 
71. Homemade Frozen Yogurt Pops
72.  Starburst Rock Cycle 
73. & 74. Sinking a Marshmallow
75. Jumping Conversation Hearts 
76-78. Building a Paper Airplane 3 Ways 
79. Learning About Hummingbirds 

Comments

  1. What a cool thing to do. I always am in awe of watching things grow from seeds. Nature is just so cool like that!

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    1. Thanks! It is pretty neat to think what grows from just one tiny seed.

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  2. My girls did this with my husband and they all loved it. I love it since I now have fresh herbs!

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  3. I remember planting like this when I was a child...parsley and chives and lima beans!! A great learning experience!! Thanks so much for stopping by!! I hope you have a great July 4th Holiday!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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    1. We've grow lima beans a few times; they are so satisfying since they grow so nice and big so quickly.

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