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Thank you for joining the movement and signing up to receive plant-themed resources and updates from Seed Your Future. Explore our activity videos and instructions below and bring the exciting world of plants right into your classroom - or virtual classroom.  And, explore our educator grants database.

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Fun Activities

Exploring Natural Dyeing
with Vegetables

Use vegetables – like beets, parsley, spinach, carrot and red cabbage – to create tie-dyed clothing.

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Create a Plant Maze
using Phototropism

See phototropism – the movement of a plant in response to light – in action with a DIY plant maze.

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Growing Plants with

Grow plants with no soil needed! Make a hydroponic planter and see plants thrive in your own home.

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Seed Your Future is the movement to promote horticulture - the art, science, technology, and business of plants - and inspire people to pursue careers working with plants. Learn more about our mission at

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BLOOM! is the movement, powered by Seed Your Future, to improve the world through the power of plants. Through eye-catching content delivered both inside and outside the classroom, BLOOM! is inspiring youth to appreciate the plant world and ensure horticulture - and the millions of people who depend on it - thrives well into the future.  With more opportunities to get involved in horticulture than ever before, BLOOM! is built to introduce youth to a lifelong passion - and perhaps even a career. Students can learn more and find their plant power at


Seed Your Future has teamed up with Scholastic to create a suite of science and language arts-based lesson plans and activities for educators to get middle-school students excited about nature, plants, and careers working with plants. Turnkey lessons, games, an online learning module and interactive activities are available for free download on the educator microsite at