Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Gardening

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With the weather being so unseasonably warm I have been itching to begin our garden.  It isn't much of a garden and I don't have anything even resembling a green thumb, yet every Spring I like to give it a try.   We have a smell bed that we plant a few tomato, some peas and squash.  Then we have lots of pots filled with herbs and flowers, I have the best luck with these, but it is still nothing to brag about.  

This year though, I have decided to put a little more effort in to the garden.  To begin with I am going to actually provide some nourishment in the soil.  Instead of just using the same dirt that has been in the pots for the past two years I am going to add some new soil.  I had thought I would just get some regular potting soil, but I recently received some information about  Expand ‘n Gro™.  It can be used in the garden or in containers resulting in beautiful luscious plants.  It claims to produce up to 3x the flowers or vegetable of native soil, significantly improves the soil for years, feeds for up to 6 months and holds up to 50% more water than regular soil.   My favorite thing about it is that you can buy just a small bag and and it covers the same amount of space as a large bag of potting soil.  

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Miracle-Gro has offered to send a free sample to me and to one of my readers.  Leave a comment letting me know what you are planning on planting this year and I will randomly choose one reader to receive a free sample.  I am excited to give Expand 'n Gro a try and hope you check it out as well

Happy gardening!

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