Gardening Poems and Garden Lore

Gardening Poems for Gardening Kids

Every child who has gardening tools,

Should learn by heart these gardening rules.

He who owns a gardening spade,

Should be able to dig the depth of its blade.

He who owns a gardening hoe,

Must be sure how he means his strokes to go.

But he who owns a gardening fork,

May make it do all the other tools' work.

Though to shift, or to pot, or annex what you can,

A trowel's the tool for child, woman, or man.

'Twas a bird that sits in the sycamore tree,

Who sang these gardening songs to me.

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