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May 17, 2010


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Rachel O.

Hi Jenny! Thanks for the article. Can you recommend some baby-safe (non-poisonous) plants for a container garden (outside or inside is fine)? I'm always worried my kids will chew on something and die... :(


What about herbs? Sage, peppermint, rosemary, basil or lavender. They are totally edible and pretty too. Basil comes in a bunch of shades if you are looking for foliage. Nasturtium is an edible flower that you could plant. I would stay away from tomatoes, as their leaves are not edible.
Begonias (very plentiful this time of year, coleus, and geraniums should also be safe around toddlers who like to "experiement". My sister's daughter won't stop eating dirt! You would think that would be a "self-correcting" behavior but I guess not!


my almost 2 yr old enjoys collecting the seeds that fall off the palm trees in our local park...we collected a ton in a bucket, sprinklled them in an empty dirt planter in the back yard & now we have (free) baby palm trees sprouting:)

MS.Small Businesses

Great post..
collecting and also planting a seeds much very fun ...
enjoy reading these article and more learning about these posts!!!

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