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Are you ready for spring because I am ready! Last year we do not have a garden. We bought our fresh vegetables in the Farmers Market but thinking about how huge our land is I cannot just seat here and do nothing this year. Last year I found out walking the woods we have huge empty barrels and an idea came to me I would make an herb garden. I told hubby about my idea and he immediately told me it is no good our natural soil is not good. I told him I am using Miracle soil for my potted flower plants and I could swear it is the best brand.
Today, I found out a new Miracle-Gro Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix is here. I got so excited right away because I know it solve the problem. I so love plants and buying flowers and herbs all the time am ridiculous for the fact that we have a huge backyard and I do not do anything about it. I can see myself very busy when we get back from our vacation. Right now, we are here in Texas and by the way Expand ‘n Gro™ is available at lawn and garden retailers in the Midwest, Northeast and Texas. Please visit expandngro.com for in-store availability information and you can also check at Amazon.com.
I cannot help but get so excited because I can see my herb garden growing healthy and at the same time it save me a lot of money. Hubby loves pesto and there fore I need many herbs to make one, right? I look at the website of Miracle Gro here are the benefits:
* Up to 3x the Flowers and Vegetables versus native soil
* Significantly improves soil for multiple years
* Concentrated planting mix expands up to 3x when water is added
* Feeds for up to 6 months
* All natural fibers hold up to 50% more water than basic potting soil
It’s very good soil to put in our garden. Therefore, friends I am going to give a sample size for you to try. Just leave a comment here and by using random.org the happy planter will be given a Miracle-Gro. Do not wait for so long to comment here and together we will say happy planting!