How Does Your Garden Grow?

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

Typically, mine doesn't, but I just keep trying!  Eventually, something's gotta grow, right?  Last year we had our front step expanded.  We had a little empty space that the roof over the door covered, but not porch space there.  The mason mixed the cement by hand, it wasn't even enough of a space to warrant bringing in cement.  But, it made a huge difference and now there is space for the kids to stand out of my way when I'm trying to open the door in the rain... we all know how that is...

With this expanded porch, I've recently thought it would be great to put a planter that hangs from the railing on there now.  I think this is the spring to finally do it!  Since my thumb isn't exactly green, I'm going to try the new Miracle-Gro Expand 'n Gro, a revolutionary concentrated potting soil that expands up to 3X when water is added, feeds the soil for up to 6 months and improves the soil for years to come.  Plus, holds 50% more water than traditional soil and produces 3X the vegetables or flowers.

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Check it out for yourself at Expand ‘n Gro™ and get a $3 off coupon.  You can also check out this quick video to see the great benefits of Expand 'n Gro

Now, here's the great part, I get to give away a sample!  Want to win some and try it out for yourself?  Here's what you need to do to enter, follow me on the new Linky Followers and leave me a comment saying you have.  Be sure to include your email address so I can contact the winner!  Hurry, enter by April 7th, 2012!


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1 comment:

Toqua's Crafts said...

I am following you via Linky, GFC, and FB... LOL how's that? LOL

I do hope you get more entries. I know how disappointing it is to not have many entries. I will post this on FB and see if I can help you out. (No promises though as I don't have a large following :)

Good luck!

I too am going to try some container gardening this year. We live in southern AZ and the soil here is HORRIBLE!! :)

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