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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Expand 'n Gro For My Flower Pots

This post brought to you by Scotts®. All opinions are 100% mine.

EnG Product Shot.pngI have a small yard, too small as a matter of fact to plant anything. Thus, I use pots for all my flowers planting, but years after years, the soil seemed to weaken, and needed fertilizer to wake it up. I have used left over coffee ground, and egg shells to work it in the soil, but my flowers grow thin and wimpy, not as they were before.

Last year, I even bought that food sticks for my flowers pots, thinking that the soil would get much needed nutrients, but it yielded no difference.

The Miracle Gro: Expand ‘n Gro™ seemed to come as the perfect solution for my needs. This Concentrated Planting Mix will revive my soil for up to 6 months, retain moisture up to 50% more than regular potting soil, and help my flowers grow three times bigger. Now, this entices me greatly as I love to take photos of my flowers, and I can't wait to get started.

To all gardeners and green thumb fairies out there, make sure to check out the video below for a chance to win a free sample of Miracle-Gro.

Along the side wall of my house, the flower pots are waiting to be awakening with beautiful blooms, and this Concentrated Planting Mix will be what they needed all along.

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  1. Hi Mumsy...I will have to check this stuff out. I need all the help I can get with plants.

  2. I like the idea of it being right in the mix!

  3. I have a tiny yard myself, Mumsy. I'm going to look for this mixture when doing planting this spring.

  4. that product, I think I need...I am in the process of giving our yard a total make over...

  5. Sounds like the right idea to me!


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