It’s hard to think about spring gardening when it’s almost April and still snowing. If your little one is itching to use their green thumb, try one of these plant-based apps.

gro gardenGro Garden – This super adorable app breaks down organic gardening and sustainable farming in a way that young kids can understand, all while still being fun and engaging $2.99

 

 

 

jack and the beanstalkJack and the Beanstalk by Nosy Crow – The childhood fairytale gets the Nosy Crow treatment with artful animation and ultimate interactivity, the result is a highly re-readable storybook $4.99

 

 

 

shu's gardenShu’s Garden – Shu is an anime-inspired alien who nourishes the ground wherever she bounces, growing and cultivating plants and flowers; easy game play is great for younger players $2.99

 

 

 

peter rabbits gardenPeter Rabbit’s Garden – Beatrix Potter’s timeless stories come to life in this adventure game chock-full of Peter Rabbit’s storybook life, updated for a new generaltion of young readers FREE

 

 

 

hidden objectsHidden Objects: Secret World Gardens – Players can race against the clock or go Zen in gardens all over the world to find hidden objects among the flora; game play can boost memory retention and object identification FREE

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