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Grow with Peter Rabbit

This National Children’s Gardening Week, from 25th May – 2nd June, find your free Grow with Peter Rabbit activity booklets in participating garden centres across the UK.

Little bunnies can learn how to create their own leaf-print card and Mr. McGregor inspired vegetable patch, plus there are colouring in activities and mazes to solve!

Click the link below to find a participating garden centre or scroll down to download the activity pack!

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Click below to download the Peter Rabbit National Children's Gardening Week Activity Pack

Download the Activity Booklet
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Personalised Mischief Maker T-Shirt

Our garden themed Peter Rabbit t-shirt is ready to personalise with a name, to make memories made in it extra special.

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Mischief maker apron

Personalised Grow with Peter Rabbit Mischief Maker Apron

Keep garden mess to a minimum with this sweet personalised apron, great for protecting kids' clothes and in adult sizes too!

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Grow Your Own Way Mini Tote Bundle

Turn time spent outside into fun learning with the activities in this nature themed tote bundle, ready to take anywhere.

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Plus, check out even more gardening activities here.

Grow to Know and the Peter Rabbit Garden

In 2022 we celebrated 120 years of The Tale of Peter Rabbit and teamed up with non-profit garden designers Grow to Know, to launch ‘Grow with Peter Rabbit’, an initiative that aims to bring the joy of gardening and spending time in nature to as many children as possible.

Together we created an incredible Peter Rabbit garden on a disused plot for the community of North Kensington, the borough where Beatrix Potter was born and close to the site of the Grenfell Tower.

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In the garden with The World of Peter Rabbit

Visit the garden we created in partnership with Grow to Know at St Clements and St James Primary school.