Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. This means that we may receive a small commission if you choose to purchase something from a link we post (including links to amazon.com because we are part of the Amazon Services LLC Associates program.) Don’t worry, it won’t happen. It cost you anything. Is there anyone else spring enthusiast like me ?! I don’t know what flowers and trees grow fresh green leaves, but I love it! Bright colors, warm sunshine, and a light breeze put spring in my footsteps (no pun intended). This project is celebrating the blissful spring and the choppy weather! I guarantee these cute little growers will make you smile. 🙂 Here’s what you’ll need for these rain boot growers: 1. Rain boots (You can completely reuse your kids’ worn rain boots!) 2. Potting soil 3. Flowers 4. Gardening gloves (optional) 5. Hand shovel / shovel (optional) * Please forgive me For horticultural butchery terminology! I am not a gardener, and these little growers are the extent of my horticulture skills. This is a very easy project, so it shouldn’t be time consuming at all. You can start sweeping the soil inward, but you will need to wear gloves to push the soil down on the toe. Then, after you fill in the rain boots, you can put your flowers on top. You have managed to put two different flowers in one box or you can just plant a large plant in one. I even planted a tomato and coriander plant. My kids are so passionate about tomatoes! Not surprisingly, digging in the dirt lured my four-year-old into the yard. I love my little help, he always wants to help with every project or “job” as he calls it. 🙂 Aren’t these coral flowers so pretty! (Don’t ask me what they call it, I accidentally tossed the card away ..) He wanted to help me another “job” to do, so I recruited him for irrigation. He was so excited to water them every morning, although it might help me pay him a quarter (he earns quarters to help my mom with “the jobs” so he can spend the money). Last but not least, place these cute rain boot planters near the front door, patio, or wherever you like! If your planters are a bit agile, you can slide two shoe heels together and place another shoe in the middle. Happy Spring! If you have brain flowers, you’ll love this great idea for making paper flowers from PLANT-ABLE. Perfect for Mother’s Day! We know your kids will love rain boot farmers, just like young Karina did! Check out these five ideas to encourage your child to get involved in gardening. Great tips! If your thumb isn’t the greenest (like mine), you’ll love these 35+ tips on growing a garden that will actually grow!