Friday, October 5, 2012

Fall Inspiration with Miracle Gro and Gardenieres

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Are you ready for some more Fall inspiration for your gardens?  Miracle-Gro and Gardeniers are here to help.  
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Who are the Gardeniers?  Master gardener, William Moss hand-picked these real-life gardening enthusiasts who can grow pretty much anything.  The Gardeniers will be covering the country encouraging us to get out and garden.  They are there to help us face unique growing challenges and to give some great advice as we connect with them online.  How nice is that?  I know I have some growing challenges.  Like why one of my orange trees is huge and the other is tiny when they were started from seed at the same time.  They both look healthy, just one is way shorter than the other.  Things that I ponder in my backyard.  
So, I hopped online and did a little poking around at the Gardenieres site.  There is some great inspiration to be found here.  Check out this fantastic video about creating a Potted Herb Garden.  
This is one of the projects I've been wanting to work on.  How easy did that look.  So, first off I have tons of clay pots sitting in the garage just waiting for me to fill them.  Other than the plants and pots the only two things that would be needed would be Miracle-Gro Potting Mix and Fertilizer.  
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That's it!  Water them and let them grow.
If you want more inspiration, pop on over to Miracle-Gro Facebook page.  Here you can talk with other fellow gardeners and share your gardening adventures. 
So, let's not let our gardens go to waste this Fall and Winter.  Be sure to visit: Find beauty in the Fall to help you with your Fall gardening projects.  
Wishing all happy gardening and remember to be kind to one another. 
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Toodles,
Kathryn
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1 comment:

  1. This is a great post, but here in PA mountains, we don't have much of a fall or winter garden. We can't even put plant in the ground until mid May, most of the time. However, I do love gardening, so I will definitely visit the site.

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