Thursday, March 22, 2012

Miracle-Gro Expand n Gro Giveaway

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
My Green Thumb is itching now that Spring and Sprung.  I can’t wait to get busy in my garden very soon.  I need to be patient, as our Nebraska weather is unseasonably warm right now, but I am sure we will at least get one more big snow fall.
I know this year I am going to try Miracle-Gro Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix.  I am a huge fan of the Miracle-Gro line of products.  Every season it seems like Miracle-Gro come out with a new product that I can’t live without.  I am excited to see what Miracle-Gro with Expand ‘n Gro Concentrated Planting Mix will do for my plants and veggies.  We plant our tomatoes in large pots that this year will be filled with Miracle-Gro Expand ‘n Gro.  I can’t wait to see if they grow up to 3 times the typical amount of tomatoes!
Did you know Miracle-Gro’s concentrated planting mix will expand up to 3 times its size when water is added!  Plus it significantly improves soil for multiple years.  Not only does it improve soil, it feeds for up to six months!
Miracle-Gro Expand ‘n Gro is made with all natural fibers from the coconut that hold up to 50% more water than traditional potting soil.  This feature is necessary in my area, as our humidity is very low and we almost always lack the necessary moisture.
 **Expand ‘n Gro is available at lawn and garden retailers in the Midwest, Northeast and Texas. Please visit expandngro.com for in-store availability information. Also available at Amazon.com.

Who wants to win a sample size of Miracle-Gro Expand ‘n Gro Concentrated Planting Mix?
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All you need to do is leave a comment sharing where you would use the sample if you won (ideas…garden, flower bed…flower pot…herb garden).  That’s all!  Good Luck and Happy Planting!

Giveaway ends 4/4/12 at 10:00pm MST.  Good Luck!
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42 comments:

  1. Garden! gfc eclairRE(at)ymail(dot)com

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  2. I would use this to plant an indoor herb garden.

    something frugal at yahoo dot com

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  3. I've love to try this on my vegetable garden!

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  4. I'd use it on my tomato plants.

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  5. I have an indoor ivy plant that needs to be transplanted and some cherry tomato seedlings that need it too.

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  6. I wold use it in my new planter - it is a little claw footed tub! jca 837 at gmail dot com

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  7. I would use the sample in a flower pot and let me 6 year old plants a few flowers in it.

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  8. I'd use it in my flower bed, I always add new perennials every year.
    wbailey113@hotmail.com

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  9. I would use this in my garden!
    reklaw422 at hotmail dot com

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  10. I would use this on my indoor flowers & plants.

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  11. I would use this for my potted plants and flower pots that I keep on my porch
    mrbuyouatgmaildotcom

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  12. i would use this to plant my new spices this year
    thank you
    wdionisiolover@aol.com

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  13. I would use it my new strawberry plants.

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  14. I would definitely use it in this summer's garden! livingonadollar84@gmail.com

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  15. I would use it to start my garden
    poniabaum at gmail dot com

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  16. I'd use it to plant some flowers in pots to put on our front porch.
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail (dot) com

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  17. I would use it in our flower bed
    40denise (dot) taylor (at) gmail (dot) com

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  18. My husband is building me a raised garden this year!
    britibee@gmail.com

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  19. I'd use the sample for our new indoor plants!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  20. In my garden...thanks
    kathleenloewer@yahoo.com

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  21. I would use in the flower beds
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  22. I would use this in my garden up at our mountain property.

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  23. I would use it in my raised bed vegetable garden.
    lisa.blogs2 at gmail dot com

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  24. I would use it in my daughter's flower/herb/vegetable garden.

    yeloechikee at hotmail dot com

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  25. I would use it in my front garden :)

    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  26. i want to grow some tomato plants this summer!


    velvetelvis40@yahoo.com

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  27. i would use itin my flower garden

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  28. I would use it in my hanging baskets.

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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  29. I would use it for my hanging basket plants

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  30. I would use the product on my garden and flowers!

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  31. I would use it for my herb garden
    amyleanne0819 at yahoo dot com

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  32. I would use it in a flower bed. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  33. flower pot
    Jadavis42@students.tntech.edu

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  34. Id use it my vegetable garden'
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

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  35. I would use then in flower pots.

    jboyanto at swbell dot net

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  36. im just doing an herb garden this year---the drought here in texas is not fun for a new gardener! this would be a great!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  37. I would use this in my container plantings! :)
    s_hill2009@yahoo.com

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  38. Herb garden
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  39. i just bought a liliac tree, clemantis plants, and willow shrubs

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  40. All you need to do is leave a comment sharing where you would use the sample if you won (

    probably try to re-grow my peach tree that died

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