Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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My daughter is very fascinated with the idea of growing her own garden.  She pretends to plant a seed, water it and then the seed grows.  Whenever we let her play outside, she pretends to make a garden.

To make her dream comes true, we plan to plant some veggies and flowers in the pot.  We want her to experience how it is to grow your own plant.  She might not be interested in it in the long run but we want her to know how plants are taken cared of.

While researching as what could be the best planting partner, I found out about Expand ‘n Gro™ .  I found out that this Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix is the planting partner that is perfect for us because it is made of all‐natural material derived from coconut husk.  And because of its unique ingredients, it will help improve soil for multiple year.

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Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix is specially formulated to help you get up to 3X the flowers and vegetables versus native soil.  With this planting mix you will get the best result whether you use it in-ground or in pots.

After reading all the things I mentioned above and more, I have decided to  try it for myself.  This product is perfect and is an easy way in prepping your garden for the spring and summer seasons.   Learn more about Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix and discover its difference from other planting mix.  And by commenting on this post you might can win a sample size of this product.

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""rare*jonRez"" said...

Your daughter is just like mine! She would dream of a house of our own wih a huge yard where she can play and plant! Too bad we only live in an apartment right now. Our only way to do some planting is through pots. It still works, a little. But I am sure planting in your own flower beds would be different. And the daughter will be delighted for sure! Someday....

And oh, I would surely love to try this product you've mentioned! I guess it's still useful even if it's just through pots!