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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

ABC: Organic Food for Kids: Buy This, Not That

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

Better yet, don't buy it; grow it. It is not hard to do and you don't need much space either, but at least you know what you are putting on the table.

A team of experts consisting of real gardening enthusiasts with real experiences, who are called the Gardenieres and are led by master gardener William Moss, are offering hints, tips, advice, and options to grow anything you want.

(1) Miracle-Gro

From flowers to vegetables to trees, they have solutions for every yard challenge that can occur and are covering the country, waiting to meet you online, on social networks like the Miracle-Gro Facebook page, and you may even make their acquaintance in your own neighborhood.

I tend to take on 'The Edible Garden' from Teena Spindler as a fall project. The beauty of this project is that it easily transitions from cool to warm weather crops and provides fresh produce all year around, without breaking my back.

Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables is the best product for this project. It is specially formulated for annuals, perennials, and vegetables, improves the quality of our existing soil to build strong roots, and feeds up to 3 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food.


For inspiration, meeting and talking with like-minded gardeners, and sharing stories, visit the Miracle-Gro® Facebook page and hit the 'Like' button while you are there. For another creative idea, check out the video below.

Organic food is always better, but home-grown is the best!


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