Gardener's Match: A Fruit and Vegetable Memory Game (Game)

Gardener's Match: A Fruit and Vegetable Memory Game By Abigail Willis (Created by) Cover Image
By Abigail Willis (Created by)
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Do you know how radishes grow, what a passionfruit flower looks like, or what kind of plant a pumpkin comes from? Match 24 pairs of fruit and vegetables to the plant they grow from in this beautifully illustrated and simple to play family memory game.

To play, place the cards face down and take turns to see if you can find a pair of produce and plant that match. But beware! If you pick the Poison Ivy or Stinging Nettle cards then you'll lose your turn, and if you turn over both in one turn then you will lose the game. Collect more pairs than your opponent to win.

From climbing pea shoots and vines of tomatoes to strawberry bushes and fig trees, find out how your favourite fruits and vegetables are grown and what you could be growing in your very own garden.

50 BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CARDS: Each card features stunning illustrations of a variety of plants, fruits and vegetables that are grown in gardens all over the world.

EASY TO PLAY: A fun and simple game of matching pairs with instructions that make it possible to start playing with all the family right away, with the added jeopardy of danger cards to avoid.

THE PERFECT GIFT: The ideal present for budding gardeners, nature lovers, or anyone looking for a beautiful family game.

FASCINATING FACTS: Learn all about 24 fruits and vegetables, the plants they grow from, and who can grow them in their very own back garden!

Other matching games from Laurence King Publishing include: Match a Leaf, Pick a Flower, Match a Pair of Birds, Under the Sea and Match a Track and many more.

About the Author

Abigail Willis is a writer and editor with a particular interest in gardening and the arts. Author of Secret Gardens of Somerset (Frances Lincoln, 2020), The Remarkable Case of Dr Ward and Other Amazing Gardening Innovations (Laurence King, 2018) and The London Garden Book A-Z (Metro Publications, 2016), she has also written for the Evening Standard, the Daily Telegraph, the Chelsea Fringe and The City Planner. When not at her desk she can be usually be found pottering, secateurs in hand, in her garden or on the allotment.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781399615426
ISBN-10: 1399615424
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: March 19th, 2024
Language: English