Saturday, March 31, 2012

Miracle-Gro Expand 'n Gro Review and Giveaway

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Hi everyone! I was recently given the opportunity to review a new product from Miracle-Gro, Expand ‘n Gro™. I've used their other products before and have been happy so I'm anxious to try this out!

Portland's weather has been... tricky lately. Snow one day, warm and sunny the next. I haven't thought about any new plants yet, but I still have hope that I can continue to revive some plants that were seriously neglected when we moved in. 

Like those hydrangeas. I've never amended the clay soil they're in, I bet they'd do a lot better with a little Expand n Gro! I'm also using the Expand n Gro to perk up my strawberries, which look a little sad after the winter. I can't wait to see them thrive! 

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The product has lots of benefits, including:
- Up to 3X the Flowers and Vegetables!* *versus native soil
- Significantly improves soil for multiple years
- Concentrated planting mix expands up to 3X when water is added
- Feeds for up to 6 months
- All natural fibers hold up to 50% more water than basic potting soil

I'll have to let you know how the hydrangeas and strawberries look in a couple months, but between more sun and the Expand n Gro, I expect great things! Now if I can only remember to water them :)

Now here's the fun part. I have a sample bag of Miracle-Gro Expand ‘n Gro™ to giveaway to one lucky reader! (Must have a U.S. shipping address.) Please leave a comment by April 15th telling us how you'd use the Expand n Gro to prep your garden for the Spring and Summer seasons! 

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  1. I'd love to put some on the bushes in front of my house. I'd love to see more blooms than last year.

  2. I want to win this! Pots on my porch


  3. i would really love to win this! our famiy loves home grown tomatoes, but the soil here does not make for happy, healthy tomato plants! this would be awesome for my family!

  4. I would love to try this in my garden. We plant green beans and potatoes.
    reklaw422 at hotmail dot com


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