Four-year-old Douglas and two-year-old Hartley have been growing plants and vegetables to raise money for ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

In Pictures: brothers aged just four and two from Hemel have been growing plants and vegetables in their garden to support ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

The boys have been growing a wide variety of vegetables including cucumbers, tomatoes and aubergines

Friday, 14th May 2021, 11:13 am

Two brothers from Hemel Hempstead have been growing plants and and vegetables in their garden to raise money for ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.

Four-year-old Douglas and his brother two-year-old Hartley, have been growing cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, lettuce, sunflowers and veronicas in their garden in Apsley, to raise money for the zoo, which was forced to close three times due to Government restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Douglas has been growing a wide variety of vegetables and flowers.

His favourite vegetable that he has grown is a cucumber. He said: "I like digging the most, and making the garden look beautiful and helping to feed the animals."

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