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With temperatures cooling off, Fall is the perfect time to prepare your garden for the Winter. It is a great time to plant trees, shrubs, and cool weathered flowers and veggies. If you are ready to be inspired to get out their and garden, visit the Miracle Gro website and find out how to Find beauty in the Fall!
I feel pretty good about bringing beauty inside my home, but I really could use some help with our front porch and really container gardening, in general. Have you heard of the Gardenieres?
The Gardenieres is a gardening website powered by Scott's Miracle Grow and Home Depot. They have handpicked four master gardeners to tour the states and educate and inspire us all to get outdoors and garden!
My favorite video is a great one for me, a basic how-to plant something in a container.
Here is the video...
I love that the video gives the true basics of container gardening. They mentioned two fabulous Miracle Gro products that are a go-to for container gardening. Here is a little bit more information on those.
Miracle Grow Potting Mix
This potting mix is a great product. It is enhanced with a slow release plant food that can feed your plants for up to 6 months. Plus it contains organic materials to help promote drainage and airflow. This mix also has Micro-Max nutrients for more bloom and color
Miracle Gro LiquaFeed
This fabulous products makes feeding your plants, just as easy as watering them! It works by feeding the plant through the leaves and roots. The best part about this product is that you can use it on anything. It is safe to use on any flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees! So, I think they mean that I could even use it and not kill what I plant :)
I also encourage you to like the Miracle-Gro Facebook page.
It is a great resource where you can talk with fellow gardeners and share stories.
I hope when you are needing some inspiration for your outdoor space your will remember to vist the Gardenieres website.
Happy Fall and Happy Fall Gardening!