This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
It's Spring, so that means that gardens will soon be sprouting! If you want to get your garden off to a good start, consider Miracle-Gro Expand 'n Gro Concentrated planting mix. I'm going to use Expand 'n Gro in our little garden in the backyard, because after last year's less than stellar garden, I know that our soil is lacking what it needs to support a healthy garden. You can get up to three times the flowers and vegetables than regular soil!
Miracle-Gro Expand 'n Gro expands up to three times when water is added, making it easy to carry home from the store and fill up your garden. It also feeds for up to six months and significantly improves the soil for many years to come. Expand 'n Gro contains all natural coconut coir fibers, making it able to hold 50% more water than regular potting soil.
Expand ‘n Gro™ is available at lawn and garden stores in the Midwest, Northeast, and Texas. Visit expandngro.com for in-store availability. Expand 'n Gro can also be purchased at Amazon.com.
To see Expand 'n Gro in action, take a look at this video:
Whether you use Expand 'n Gro in your garden or in a pot, you are sure to get a bountiful harvest!
I aplogize, but the giveaway for this has been cancelled due to miscommunication. I apologize profusely for any trouble this may have caused, I know many of you were really hoping to win. If you do a quick search for "Miracle Gro" and "giveaway," I'm sure you can find other blogs who are hosting giveaways. Thank you!!
Miracle Gro wants to give one Life With Captain Fussybuckets reader their own sample size of Expand 'n Gro! Leave a comment saying anything relevant to the post…such as what you'd do with a sample of Expand 'n Gro, if you have already tried it, what you like about it, etc. One winner will be randomly selected on April 2, 2012 to receive their own sample, so be sure to leave your email address in a format that won't send it to spam (i.e. "you at yahoo dot com.") Good luck!
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