Teepee by Day…
Christmas Tree by Night!
See the teepee in the background down in the garden?
From left: amaranth, tree marigold and marigold (saving seeds)
Why do colored icicle lights have so many pink bulbs?
Spy Garden in St. Louis Homes and Lifestyles magazine! (bottom right on the rack!)
Spy Garden on stlhomesmag.com !
Baby’s Forest School dining hall; seen here on stlmag.com (another local magazine)
Imagine grade school if Ranger Rick were the headmaster…the state’s only Forest School emphasizes the outdoors. Children from ages 2 to 6 play on logs and boulders, rather than slides and monkey bars. They help grow their own food on-site, and prepare it in a teaching kitchen led by a chef. They follow the Reggio Emilia approach to learning, choosing their class projects and gaining essential skills along the way. “Our belief is that if you can learn it inside, you can learn it outside,” says president Ilya Eydelman. “It’s more than just a school with trees around it—although we do have more of that than most.” (from stlmag.com)
Baby’s Forest School
Lots of lights
Free Calendar with a good shot of the Botanical Garden on the cover
Four new outfits for Baby!
Spy Garden 12.9.14
Smell that fresh winter air