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Get Inspired with Miracle-Gro – ‘The Gro Project’ Inspirations

by Kim in Gardening, New posts

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Now that Spring is here and the trees and flowers are starting to bloom I want to plant pretty flowers and make the inside of my house like the outside all pretty with colorful flowers and plants!

I am very inspired by Spring but I have no idea where to begin!! Miracle-Gro is helping me with that this Spring with The Gro Project. The Gro Project helps me to understand that garden projects should not be complicated!  Miracle-Gro is simplify gardening for for people like me and showing  that it can be easy, fun and enjoyable!

 

They have fun garden projects on The Gro Project site to get you started.  Some of the projects are a Toyarium, Ukulele Garden, and Origami Garden.

I really want to try the Toyarium..it looks like something that is easy enough for me to handle.

Make a toyarium

What you need, to get started:

  • Fishbowl or other glass container
  • Your favorite succulents and cactus
  • Miracle-Gro® Moisture Control Potting Mix
  • Plastic toys or figurines from your kid’s room
  • Rocks
  • A spoon

Instructions:

1. Cover the bottom of the container with a layer of rocks.
2. Fill it about 1/3 full with potting mix.
3. Use the spoon to plant succulents in the potting mix, adding more mix to create your landscape.
4. Set the scene with your toys. Careful not to over water! Use a spritzer to moisten only when it gets very dry.
5. Add a little imagination and watch it come to life.

See..that’s not hard right?  Just remember depending on what project you do make sure you use the recommended products like the LiquaFeed All Purpose Plant Food Advance Starter Kit and Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food for your fun garden projects.
For more fun projects and and share gardening stories follow the Miracle-Gro Pinterest page.

 

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