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I was excited to see Spring had finally arrived this week in Massachusetts. It had seemed like winter so long I was going stir-crazy, but now I could see the buds on the trees, enjoy the fresh air and feel the breeze on my skin. The weather was warm; everyone was outside, and my thoughts turned to gardening. If you’re looking for inspiration, Miracle-Gro’s The Gro Project is here to show you that garden projects don’t have to be complicated!
Instead, they can be fun, easy and very enjoyable even if you think you don’t have a green thumb!
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This year I am definitely planting more berries and more veggies and herbs so that I can just go outside when it’s time for a meal and have the freshest produce. I’m also inspired to try The Gro Project‘s Toyrarium. I think this is a project that would be great to do with your kids.
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Add a little imagination and watch it come to life!
Have fun with it and enjoy spending quality time with your kids while encouraging them to create their own projects. Miracle Gro also has other fun garden projects on their Pinterest page. I’m following their boards and encourage you to as well if you’re looking for a gardener’s forum.
The Gro Project has other great ideas such as an easy to make Ukelele or Origami Garden. I have an old guitar that would make a really nice conversation piece with a beautiful plant snaking its way through. I’d love to put that out on the patio this summer.
I love how Miracle-Gro helps my plants thrive. For an indoor or container project use Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food and Moisture Control Potting MixMoisture Control Potting Mix. For In-ground planting,, LiquaFeed All Purpose Plant Food Advance Starter Kit is perfect.
So, join the movement and show your colors and passion for gardening. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or have never tried, Miracle-Gro encourages you to join in!