Short season vegetable garden by Jo Ann Robbins; W Michael Colt; University of Idaho.

By Jo Ann Robbins; W Michael Colt; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System.; Oregon State University. Extension Service.; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension.; All authors

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Today, the inclusion of natural areas within school campuses has become an increasingly popular concept, and a variety of these natural classrooms have emerged throughout the country. Recently, with an increase in childhood obesity, these natural areas are being explored for potential health benefits. It is expected that with the addition of natural outdoor classrooms and play areas, including trails and other circulation systems, children’s physical activity will increase as they play outside more often.

18 creating outdoor classrooms Schoolyards These are depictions of Andy Goldsworthy’s natural art. Children are inspired by his work with natural materials and enjoy imitating his creations. erosion of fertile soil, and suburban sprawl. Principles from landscape ecology as presented by Dramstad, Olson, and Forman (1996) include four categories of conditions—patches, edges/boundaries, corridors/connectivity, and mosaics— that could provide helpful ideas for application in the ecological garden. Ecological gardens often are demonstration gardens of local plant communities or life-zone simulations.

Early Egyptian gardens also included tree-lined allées, or wide boulevards; vine-covered trellises and arbors; pergolas (covered walkways); garden pavilions; exotic birds and habitats; a variety of plants; and decorative art. Some of the plants used included: Chamaerops humilis, palmetto; Cyperus papyrus, papyrus; Ficus sycamorus, sycamore fig; Nymphaea caerulea, lotus; Phoenix dactylifera, date palm; and Punica granatum, pomegranate. Ancient Mesopotamian (3500–538 BC), Sumerian (3500–900 BC), Assyrian (900–625 BC), and Neo-Babylonian (611–538 BC) Gardens This time and these locations are characterized by a temperate climate and the broad floodplain known as the Fertile Crescent, which lies between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.

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