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Spring is in the air, and in the trees and buds all over he yard, but in my area it's still to early to plant...in the ground. That doesn't mean you can't grow in indoor pots or prepare your pots that will eventually go outdoors.
I've seen a lot lately about Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix. You probably have too. But what is it? It's a unique blend of plant food and coir. Coir is shredded coconut husk (a natural and renewable product) that expands up to 3X when water is added. It also holds 50% more water than regular potting soil.
You've most likely seen coir in little discs that expand to become potting soil. It's lightweight and easy to use. But it's not known for beimg a nutritional powerhouse. That's where Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix is different.
It contains enough nutrients to feed plants for up to 6 months. The product says it will give you 3X the flowers and vegetables versus native soil.
If you have pure clay soil like I have, then this could be a much needed amendment - lightening up the thick soil while also adding nutrients the plants can use.Want to try it for yourself? Miracle-Gro® is giving away free samples of their new Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix.
I am looking forward to receiving this sample and using it start another pot of herbs for my porch. Leave a comment sharing how you'll use your free sample.
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