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I love the beauty of a plant.
I love the grass green.
No matter how beautiful I believe them to be, I fail at nurturing.
I underwater, over water causing plants to go into shock.
There is a corner in my front yard that is intended for flowers.
I plant them but they never become abundant.
My husband has a green thumb and part of his success is Miracle Grow.
He uses it for our grass, garden, and trees.
Miracle Grow has helped him in the past with planting projects, and now they have a new page, Gardenieres, where they provide helpful videos that cover many basic gardening tips and tricks.
I’ve visited the Miracle Grow site and discovered a project that is perfect for new beginnings: Creating Sun and Shade Planters with Gina Iiopoulos.
Gina is Miracle Grows, Midwest Gardenier, based in Chicago.
She understands the seasonal temperatures that vary.
One of the things I learned from reading the project is that planters have different requirements depending on where they are placed.
I love that the project is ongoing as she shows the process of changing spring flower planters into hearty summer flowers and plants.
The project offers step-by-step and best planting techniques to make my own project a success.
I really love the idea of Sun and Shade Planters.
It’s gardening at your fingertips and adding color, texture, and beauty in places that would be bare through the seasons.
Iiopoulus offers information on plants, placement, and also what products to use.
My mom always plants bulbs each season.
Her yard takes on beautiful as the poke through the soil and bloom into festive colors.
Using Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for Flower and Vegetables will help bring success to any project.
It’s specially formulated for annuals, perennials, and vegetables.
This improves existing soil to build strong roots and feeds plants up to 3-months with Miracle-Gro Continuous Release Plant Food.
To help me find success like my mom I’m watching Gardenieres: Planting Bulbs with Teena Spindler.
It offers the advice I need to make my project beautiful, successful, and my own.
Following up with Miracle-Gro LiquaFeed makes feeding plants as simple as watering.
It feeds the plants through leaves and roots and is safe to use with all flowers, vegetables, trees, and shrubs.
I will be visiting Miracle-Gro’s videos for help when we do projects, maybe even Find beauty in the Fall.