Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Giveaway: Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™

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Congratulations Angie from The Country Chic Cottage   you won the sample.  It took ages to get here from the sponsor host but it's ready to be sent!!

I love to grow a garden! My little potted herb garden is probably my fave! 
Thanks for the great giveaway!




This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
I'm so excited to have the opportunity to post about this planting mix.  I love to plant flowers in the spring and summer but I'm in Atlanta and it's so hot here that watering is a huge challenge in keeping the flowers moist.  I think I can combat my watering, sometimes twice a day, with Expand ‘n Gro™.  It's also plant food feeding for up to six months during the flower season! And a little bag expands three times it's size so less is more.  Fill you rpot 1/3 full and water and the soil expands to the top!!
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A UNIQUE BLEND OF MIRACLE‐GRO® PLANT FOOD AND COIR
Expand ‘n Gro Concentrated Planting Mix is different from basic potting and garden soils. Because it’s a unique blend of Miracle‐Gro plant food and coconut coir fiber, a compact, lightweight, easy‐to‐carry and easy‐to‐store bag of Expand ‘n Gro can do everything a big, heavy bag of soil can do, only better. This concentrated planting mix expands up to 3 times when mixed with water, feeds plants for up to 6 months, makes native soil more workable and retains up to 50% more moisture than basic potting soil.

KEY BENEFITS OF EXPAND ‘N GROTM PLANTING MIX:
MOISTURE CONTROL & BULK DENSITY
In pots or in‐ground, the absorbent coir fibers help ensure that water is used efficiently. Expand ‘n Gro retains up to 50% more moisture than basic potting soils and then releases water as plants need it, to help prevent over or under watering. Since moisture and nutrients must be able to reach plant roots, proper air space and circulation in soil is critical for plant health. Tilling this planting mix into native soil can reduce the soil’s bulk density – making it up to 40% lighter, and creating up to 90% more air space. The result is more workable native soil with better water holding ability, moisture distribution, and drainage, all of which ultimately creates an improved rooting environment for plants.
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Woo Hoo I'm so excited to use Expand ‘n Gro™ this season.  Do you want to try it too?  Leave a comment below about your favorite gardening project!
Also, if you visit Expand ‘n Gro™ 's site there is a $3.00 coupon just for you!
I will select a winner to recieve their very own sample of Expand ‘n Gro™ for your garden.
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Giveaway will end April 22 and I will announce the winner here on Monday, April 23rd. Be sure your email is attached to your profile or leave your email in the comment area so I can get in touch with you!

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9 comments:

Jennifer Curtis said...

I know it might not be a gardening products but we love weed and feed for our lawn. We have terrible weeds that pop up and the only way we can keep our lawn looking good is with weed and feed or turf builder.

Angie CountryChicCottage said...

I love to grow a garden! My little potted herb garden is probably my fave! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Amy Anderson said...

Definitely a little pot garden - they are so easy to maintain, and I need easy!

Kim Wilson said...

I love to garden! I'm getting ready to redo all my pots on my deck so this product sound great!

Steph @ The Silly Pearl said...

Container gardens for us! The girls and I just planted some wildflower seeds. Thanks for the giveaway!

Megan said...

I plan on starting my very first garden this year. Winning this would be perfect!

Laura/Pet Scribbles said...

Glad to learn about this - we get such hot and humid weather in the summer in southern New Jersey - near the shore - so we water sometimes twice a day like you do. Definitely going to try this out. Thanks for the tip!

Jessica T. said...

We are getting ready to plant our garden. We are going to have potatoes, green beans and radishes!
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Julie said...

my husband has rotor tilled for our vegetable garden can't wait to plant
thanks
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