Hudson Valley Parent

HVP June 2019

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Page 18 of 35 n Hudson Valley Parent 19 great option for families without fenced-in yards or garden areas because they're less appealing to the deer that can plague gardens. Get kids engaged and fill your garden with colorful plants Whether you're planting food or flowers, it's a great idea to involve (Continued on Page 20) • A happy, safe and caring environment encouraging a child's physical, creative, and intellectual growth • Serving children of all abilities • Early and after care hours available Kathy Masloski, Director 845-883-5151 40 Park Lane, Highland, NY 12528 845-293-5600 228 Ward Street, Montgomery, NY 12549 AN INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Learning Together, where children explore the world the way they learn best, through play! vegetable garden is too much, that's okay - you can start with flowers. Diana Weiner, a Program Advisory Committee Member of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County, and Cornell Cooperative Extension partner Adrianne "Dirt Diva" Picciano, recommend starting with sunflowers, zinnia, or Johnny jump up violas. Flowers are also a

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