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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Fall Colors At Your Fingertips

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

I have seen some gorgeous gardens on our explorations and always admired all the time, work, and effort that had been invested achieving such amazing results.

My recent discovery is that anyone can reach that goal with Miracle-Gro®'s help and the inspiration of the Gardenieres. Led by master gardener William Moss, these real-time gardening enthusiasts provide hints, tips, ideas, and solutions for any gardening problem or question you may have.

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They will be covering the country and are eager to meet you online, in social networks, and although the occurrence of running into them in your own neighborhood may be rare; it still is a real possibility.

Every journey begins with the first step and that is also often the hardest one to take, especially when you don't know where to start. That is why I chose 'Gardening Across the Country' with Gardenieres host William Moss as an excellent fall project.

Helpful tips are given on how to get started gardening and bring color, beauty, and even edibles into your life within a few minutes by using only a few pots.

There are Miracle-Gro® products for any kind of project. In this case, Miracle-Gro® Potting Mix is ideal for container or potted plants. It is rich in organic materials that help improve drainage and air flow which is essential to help them grow throughout the fall, and feeds plants for up to 6 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food.


Another quick and simple fall project is planting bulbs in pots. Check out the video below on the how and what.

Meet, talk, and share stories with fellow gardeners. Visit the Miracle-Gro Facebook page and don't forget to hit the 'Like' button. A wonderful garden is just a click away!


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