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Julia child rose yellow & licorice flagrance
Loco rice scented rose, Julia Child.
Julia Child - anise scented rose
julia child licorice scent early summer
Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores. This rose, 'Julia Child', honors its namesake well
'Julia Child', honors its namesake well with its golden 4-inch blooms and quaint scent. It's a smaller shrub rose, growing up to 2 1/2 feet tall and wide, and blooming in late spring to early summer in zones 6 to 9. It's also remarkably heat tolerant and disease resistant — a plus in any garden.More
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and a child-proof water feature create a playful space with lots of life in it.
Child and adult areas
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challenges. A child’s ability to understand and manage risk is essential to development, and naturalized environments can be adjusted to suit the child. Consider introducing climbing walls, hills or trees into a playscape.
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for your child to retreat to when they need a moment alone, away from the busy outdoor play world. Depending on the layout of your backyard, this could be a hammock beneath some trees, a cubby house, or a tee pee. You could even create a little house out of sunflowers (if you live in an area where they
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statue of a child blowing bubbles.
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Engage your child's inner artist outdoors by painting pots, making mosaic pavers and creating artwork from fallen leaves. The possibilities are limitless!Your turn: Do you include natural play elements in your yard? Upload a photo in the Comments section below!More: How to Cultivate a Young Gardener