Free Garden Coloring Pages
Free garden coloring pages for you to print! Gardening is one of the best activities for taking your mind off stress, it’s also a great way to teach kids about plants and nature.
Use these free coloring pages as a fun way to teach kids about the types of gardens they can grow and the tools used for gardening.
Choose from among 19 different images of gardens, kids gardening, vegetables and flower illustrations. There’s even gnome gardens!
According to PBS, gardening is great for kids’ brains, bodies, and souls. How so?
It’s great for their brains because they’ll learn about soil nutrients, photosynthesis, and doing math to figure out how fast the plants grow, and how many days before they need watering.
It’s good for their bodies because they’ll learn about the benefits of fruits and vegetables.
They’ll also gain benefits of physical activity, soaking up vitamin D from the sun and getting some fresh air.
Gardening is good for the soul because it gives adults and kids a sense of purpose and responsibility. It can also be very meditative, and mood improving.
Check out our other coloring pages in our printables category, including the flower coloring sheets and plants coloring pages. And our very popular cat unicorns!
And for gardening related crafts tutorials, here are easy ones you can do with kids of all ages, and some great ones for adults.
A boy and girl teaming together to plant a tree in the garden.
A boy waters a plant in the garden.
Carrots are perfect for vegetable gardening.
A little gardener planting a flower in the garden.
A young girl rakes leaves in a garden.
A watering can makes the perfect rustic vase for garden flowers.
Tools for gardening, a shovel and a hoe.
A rake, clippers and seeds for using in the garden.
Flowers planted for a spring garden that can be picked for Mother’s Day.
They also have an Easter feel. You can go here for a whole bunch of Easter pages to color.
A flower garden for growing your favorite annuals and perennials.
An adorable gnome garden complete with flowers, butterflies and a tweety bird.
Don’t forget to water the seeds so they can grow into nice veggies and fruits.
A young girl waters the plants in her container gardens.
A gnome at home in his beautiful garden.
A happy couple gardening together.
This onion was grown in a vegetable garden.
Vegetable gardens allow you to grow all types of vegetables. This wheelbarrow is full of every type of yummy home-grown veggie.
Rain boots are the perfect attire for working in the garden.
This butterfly is bringing water to the flowers in her secret garden.
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These are great. My three year old is delighted. We love to garden. Thanks for including boys and girls.
This makes me very happy to hear! I love that your 3 year old gardens with you. I wish I had a gardening pal. Check back within 2-4 weeks, I plan to add some printable pdfs specifically for getting kids excited about gardening, fun activities, observing, etc.!