Nutrition Corner

As the weather starts to get warmer in springtime, it’s the perfect time to start growing seasonal fruits and veggies. For parents, growing herbs, vegetables, and fruits with younger children is a great way to get kids outside, active, and engaged with healthy eating.

 Vegetables The Family Can Grow Together!

1. Peas
2. Lettuce
3. Radishes
4. Carrots
5. Potatoes
6. Green Beans
7. Cherry Tomatoes
8. Cucumbers
9. Strawberries
10. Basil

Growing fruits, veggies, and herbs with your children is a great way to get them involved with outdoor activities and help them learn about where different foods come from. Plus, they’ll be more likely to try eating a new vegetable when they grew it themselves!

LolliWolliWorld believes food is fuel, and it should be enjoyable! That's why our fruit and vegetable friends are bursting with nutrition and flavor!

egg plant


Eggplant is high in fiber, folate, potassium, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K.They are also low in calories.


Fresh Produce

Fresh foods are generally healthier than the processed foods you'll find in the center aisles. Because the items in the outside perimeter are fresh, you can better control the fat and sodium intake in your diet.

Cute plum

Purple Plum

Plums are a great source of Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and Vitamin C. They also aid in digestion.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Tools of The Trade

Introduce your child to gardening, and you might plant the seed of a lifelong love of growing and nurturing plants. Your child will also reap the benefits of gardening, which go far beyond the healthy produce you’ll bring into your home.

To get them to buy into the concept, it helps to have one of the best gardening sets for kids so they’re not stuck trying to wield your adult-sized tools.

Gardening is one of the most versatile and accessible pastimes for kids of all ages and abilities. You don’t even need a garden. Just a window with some daylight is enough to nurture and grow a plant if you know what you’re doing.

Convincing kids to try certain fruits and vegetables can be tough. But if they’ve grown that produce themselves, it is easier to convince them to give new foods a chance.


Family Gardening Tips 

1. Choose high-interest plants
2. Visit a farm or farmers market
3. Use the right tools
4. Eat the fruits of your labor
5. Cultivate good habits
6. Let kids shop seed catalogs with you
7. Start seedlings indoors with kids
8. Start in Spring
9. Think of fun ways to teach kids about the importance of gardening to wildlife 

10. Explore their 5 taste senses with diverse produce