Leaf'd Education

So excited for you to start Leaf'd Education! 

(Before you plant any of your veggies make sure you watch the first few lessons!)

Whether you're expanding your garden knowledge as an adult or a parents gifting this to your little one so that they know where their food comes from, welcome! We are so happy to have you! 


If you're having trouble logging in to your account, here are the first few videos to get you started. If you're having trouble getting to your lessons, it may be due to it being purchased as a gift and the giver having the login to access the lessons! 

Shoot us an email and we can figure it out together!


In this video we talk about what to do now that your plant babies have arrived! Hardening is a extremely important step to do, since it gets your plants used to their new home! I know you're probably really excited to plant your plants, but allow them to harden for 1-2 days and they will thank you!


Plant food, also known as fertilizer, gives plants all the nutrients they need to grow big and strong. Plants don't gain their nutrients by eating food in their mouth like we do, they absorb nutrients in the soil they grow in. So it's our job to keep the soil healthy and nutritious for them! 



In this video we get the soil ready for our plant babies while they harden! Remember how I mentioned it's important for us to keep the soil healthy for them? We're going to go over everything you can do to get their new home ready for them. 



As your plants grow, they change shape, color and can be a little difficult to tell the difference between them. To make it easier and give your garden a little make over, we're making plant labels! Reminder: Make sure the tray your plants are hardening in have water for them to drink!



 You let your plant babies harden! Great job being patient! It's now time to plant them in your garden space you have set up! Make sure to give them the proper space they need to grow (we include the spacing information in the video don't worry!) 



Great Job & Happy Gardening :)