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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Getting the Garden Ready for Fall WIth Miracle-Gro

This is a partnered post written by me on behalf of Scotts Miracle-Gro. All opinions are 100% mine.

It is a busy time in the garden. The evenings are starting to get a tad cooler and the mornings are brisk. I love this time of year! But it is also time to start doing some changes for fall. Cleaning out the vegetable garden and planting some beautiful fall plants is part of my Fall gardening agenda. Fall is one of my favorite seasons and I love to Find beauty in the Fall.

I was searching around Pinterest the other day and found a few beautiful displays of fall plants that I am going to recreate from MidwestLiving.com. One of my favorite products to use in my garden and for my plants is Miracle-Gro and that is because when I use their Garden Soil for Flowers and Vegetables, I get a beautiful bounty of food and blooms. I love this photo idea because it combines lovely natural grasses along with some colorful mums that just cry out Fall is Coming! This container full of fall plantings is going to grow healthy and strong using the Miracle-Gro Liquafeed during the season while watering. It is so easy to keep your containers and garden looking healthy and producing beautiful flowers by feeding them the nutrients they need.

If you are thinking about doing some fall planting too like shrubs, trees, flowers or fall weather plants, check out Miracle-Gro products for a successful experience. You can also go to the Miracle-Gro Facebook page and find more information on their products and chat with fellow gardeners or wanna be gardeners! What is your favorite part of Fall?

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