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Monday, October 29, 2012

Fall Inspiration by Gardenieres

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

I was checking on the Website of Gardenieres today and I was viewing the video of Teena Spindler, the West Coast Gardeniere. I was impressed by their experiment on apples to see which one works best according to the climate; and I love their farm which was humongous. The farm is solar and wind powered; and totally green.

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This is the video that I was talking about. I like the project about the hay bells garden on which they added with some organic products and fertilizers. It was really cool because it gives me an idea on how to make a garden with limited soil.

I have a backyard garden and my problem is the type of soil that we have here in Florida. We have a sandy type soil and so; I use the product of Miracle Gro Garden Soil for flowers and vegetables. It is specially formulated for annuals, perennials, and vegetables. Without it, my gardening will never become successful. It improves the moisture of the existing soil and therefore build the strong roots.


Miracle Gro is a great helper in my gardening.  In fact, my vegetable garden has more vegies now than before. How about you? If you have a garden and wanted to share your ideas, please check out Miracle-Gro Facebook page.

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