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When we bought our house, one of the things I was most excited about was the almost 2 acres of empty land just waiting for me to do something with it! Ever since my first visit to Rosedown plantation, I've dreamed about planting a huge garden that wanders over the entire back of our property with gazebos and fountains and a gorgeous brick path winding through it.
Unfortunately, I haven't got a green thumb…or a green anything for that matter. It's amazing really. All the other women in my family could grow a rose bush in a block of cement, and here I am trying to grow one measly little row of cucumbers, and it is an epic fail!
Then, I discovered the Gardenieres! The Gardeniers are hand-picked green thumbs led by master gardener, William Moss. They’re real-life gardening enthusiasts with real-world experience when it comes to growing, anything. The Gardenieres will be covering the country, inspiring us all to get out and garden, facing unique growing challenges and meeting you online, in social networks and, occasionally, right in our own neighborhoods. All to make this the most remarkable, most conversational and most enjoyable growing season ever.
I was instantly excited by the West Coast Gardenier, Teena Spindler's video on planting bulbs. I love the tips she gives on how to place the bulbs, and enjoying your garden while waiting for the bulbs to bloom. She definitely inspired me to give my gardening dreams another try & Find beauty in the Fall!
A couple of products I would like to try to ensure that my next gardening attempt is more successful are:
• Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables
Specially formulated for annuals, perennials, and vegetables
Improves existing soil to build strong roots
Feeds up to 3 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food
• Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed®
Makes Feeding as Easy as Watering
Feeds plants through leaves and roots
Safe to use with all flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs
If you would like to get more inspiration, chat with other gardeners, or share your own gardening stories, be sure to stop by the Miracle-Gro Facebook page!