Thursday, March 29, 2012

It's a Miracle (Gro)

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I wish i had a green thumb.  Or, i wish i enjoyed gardening.  You know those people who say gardening is relaxing or fun or they do their best thinking with their hands in the dirt?  That's not me.  Standing in the heat and watering plants isn't exactly what i want to do after a hard day at work. 

However, i love the effects of gardening.  Pretty curb appeal, bright colors, the feeling of success when i see my container zucchini's become the size of a baby.  Seriously.  I cradled that thing in the crook of my arm and rocked it back and forth.  It was a proud moment for us all.

Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ can help turn that baby zucchini into toddler sized zucchini, i'm sure.   Not only do the all natural fibers hold 50% more water than regular potting soil, (hello, less time in the heat spent watering) it feeds plants for up to 6 months. 

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Some other great aspects of this product?

-Up to 3X the flowers and vegetables--Expands up to 3x when water is added--improves soil for up to 3 years. 

Expand ‘n Gro™ is available at lawn and garden retailers in the Northeast, Midwest, Texas, and on Amazon.

You could win a sample by telling me what you're growing this season.  Zucchini? Flowers? Herbs? Winner announced on Wednesday April 4th.

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6 comments:

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I am always looking for something to help me with my deck garden. I want to grow some flowers again this summer as last year was bust...everything died! Maybe this would help retain water for my plants. Thanks for the product review. Hugs, Linda

Lisa said...

umm, grass? Does that count? The outdoors is the husband's thing. I say as long as we have grass, I don't really care!

The Boston Lady said...

Miracle Gro products are wonderful. I am trying to coax an old Hibiscus bush back to splendor, but it's being very crotchety in it's old age. Ann

Chance @ Designed by Chance said...

Miracle Gro is good stuff. My dad had a green thumb and he swore by it. Can;t wait to try the new stuff.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I will need to try this! Thanks so much.

Debbie @ OtRD said...

We are just staring our garden and have tomatoes, zucchini and banana peppers started so far. I think we need some flowers too, but haven't even thought about those!!