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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

A Yard Of Art

This post brought to you by Miracle-Gro. All opinions are 100% mine.

I love mixing and matching colors and although I tried my best, it has not led to any positive results where it concerns our yard. At least, not yet, but that is about to change with all those tips, hints, and ideas from the Gardenieres.

These masters in gardening, led by master gardener William Moss, are pros when it comes to growing anything and overcoming the most challenging obstacles. They offer tips and projects for every part of the country and you can meet them online on the Miracle-Gro Facebook page for instance, or they may even visit your area.

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Since I would like to grow some veggies, but don't want to dedicate much space to it, the 'Southern Style Vegetable Gardening' by Gardeneire Mary Katherine Greene is a good project. It is quick, easy, and can be done in the cooler days, so we can reap the benefits in summer.

It all comes down to the right choice of soil and the Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables is excellent for this project, since it is specifically formulated for annuals, perennials, and vegetables, improves the existing soil, promotes strong root-building, and feeds up to 3 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food. That will get them through the fall without any problems.


Why not get your own inspiration? Visit and 'Like' the Miracle-Gro® Facebook page and meet, talk, share, and exchange ideas and stories with fellow gardeners. You too will soon be turning your yard in a work of art!


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