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My Garden BFFs

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

It officially “fall” and it means the sceneries are changing again. It means that the ground is starting to freeze and my vegetables will be dying soon. It means that my gardening days are over. Or is it? In this modern time and with modern technology, anything is possible. Even the changing season is no longer a hindrance to achieve anything especially when it comes to gardening.

I was browsing online the other day and came across with a cool website on gardening - Gardenieres. I was inspired right away because the website showcases real-life gardening enthusiasts and green thumbs led by William Moss, the master gardener who share their personal experiences on growing anything and everything.  Though I am not that surprised because they all use Miracle-Gro which is what we use for our garden too.

Well, I’m not really into gardening to be honest with you. It was just only this year when I decided to go organic that I started to get involved in my Sweetest’s gardening. We grew our vegetable garden in black bags this year which I think is cool. So I think this is a very portable garden that we can bring inside our house and put them in the cellar so I can have my organic salad anytime come wintertime. Of course, everything will not be possible without the aid of Miracle-Gro®. And with the discovery of the Gardenieres, I will have more reasons to continue gardening this fall… even in winter!

Here are the reasons why Miracle-Gro® products are the best gardening product on the market right now and why my Sweetest is a big fan.
(1) Miracle-Gro
Potting Projects
•  Miracle-Gro® Potting Mix:
Ideal for all kinds of container or potted plants
Feeds plants for up to 6 months with Miracle-Gro Continuous Release Plant Food
Rich, organic materials help improve drainage and air flow
•  Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed®
Makes Feeding as Easy as Watering
Feeds plants through leaves and roots
For use with all flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs
For in-ground projects
•  Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables
Specially formulated for annuals, perennials, and vegetables
Improves existing soil to build strong roots
Feeds up to 3 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food
•  Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed®
Makes Feeding as Easy as Watering
Feeds plants through leaves and roots
Safe to use with all flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs
For Planting Trees & Shrubs
•  Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil for Trees & Shrubs
Ideal for trees, evergreens, and flowering shrubs.
Feeds up to 3 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food
Great for roses too!
•  Miracle-Gro® Tree & Shrub Fertilizer Spikes
Balanced feeding for all deciduous trees and shrubs
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That is why for our portable garden in black bags… Miracle-Gro® Potting Mix and Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed® are our gardening BFFs.
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Gardening used to be too intimidating to me before but it is not now. Whether you got the green thumb or not, you can grow your own garden at any season with Miracle-Gro. And here’s the thing, 'like' Miracle-Gro Facebook page so you can talk with fellow gardeners, share stories or simply get inspired.

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