School gardens are increasing in British schools

A growing number of English and Scottish primary schools are including gardening in the curriculum. "Initially schools used their gardens for science and promoting healthy eating, but now they're more creative, using them for everything from storytelling to yoga," said Ruth Taylor, head of education for the Royal Horticultural Society.

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