Childrens  gardens-Part one The Garden. 

Introduction.     The text on this page is taken from the book, " Children's Gardens"  by Mrs Evelyn Cecil {1865-1941}, published in London by Macmillan in 1902. The book is not in copyright and the pages are courtesy of the Biodiversity Heritage Library. 

The coloured images on this page are my personal choice and they may be reused providing the name of the relevant author is attributed along with the relevant license.

Children in Indonesia enjoying garden balsam  Impatiens balsamina

Image courtesy of David E Meade  Public Domain.

Flowers of Clematis montana

Image courtesy of Madzik CC BY-SA 2.0 license originally posted on Flickr

Pyracantha The berries appear in autumn

Image courtesy of Acabashi CC BY-SA 4.0 licenseFirethorn Pyracantha Rhodes Arts Complex Museum Theatre Bishop's Stortford Hertfordshire England 1.jpg

Rosa regosa

Image courtesy of W carter CC BY -SA 4.0 license

Pansy is a great plant ideal for children to grow and maintain

Image courtesy of Colin Smith CC BY-SA 2.0 license

Coming in Part two

In part two of Children's gardens we explore the garden plants of spring. see content box above. 

Reuse of Images

The  images on this page may be reused. However, the name of the relevant author must be attributed along with the accompanying  license.

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