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Harmony Day in the Little Sprouts Kitchen Garden

Date posted: 25 March 2019

Harmony Day was celebrated in the Little Sprouts Kitchen Garden with orange ribbons on our hats and orange flowers picked from the garden.

You can see harmony in every aspect of the garden: bees, wasps, grasshoppers and caterpillars are all busy doing what they do in all areas, in harmony with the plants and flowers around them.

When you come and visit, stop, look and listen, and you will see all the insects. Different species of bees visiting flowers for pollen or nectar, the caterpillars and grasshoppers eating leaves. All living happily in the garden together.

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