Work in the school garden

Alas, slugs have eaten the last of the courgette plants, so Mr Stanley has sewed some more seeds. Let’s hope for better luck this time. Today, Mr Stanley built a frame to support the tomato plants when they grow and planted the tomato and pepper plants. He had a lot of help from the children attending school who helped to weed out the beds and plant seeds.

Are there any children from Rowan class who have had sunflower, pumpkin or tomato plants growing quickly from the seeds given before lockdown?

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