Sunday, March 25, 2012

Expand'n Gro Your Vegetable Garden and Flowers

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Spring time has arrived and the changes of season comes new life. Flowers that have gone dormant over the cold season are now in bloom. This is also the time to grow a vegetable garden. Flowers and vegetable gardens need food to grow. The soil our flowers and vegetables are supposed to grow is, is not longer enough to sustain their growth, beauty and taste. This is why Scott's Expand ‘n Gro™ planting soil will be something you can not live without.

It is frustrating when you work so hard at taking care of your flowers and vegetables, only to see they are not surviving in their element. Not only is this frustrating, it becomes expensive with all the seeds purchased and any type of flower purchased at your local nursery. This Expand 'n Gro™ soil will grow up to 3x the flowers and vegetables compared to the native soil, the soil will improve over several years, this concentrated planting mix expands up to 3x in water, will feed up to 6 months and the all natural fibers hold up to 50% of water versus the basic potting soil. A bag of Expand 'n Gro™is available at garden and lawn retailers in the Midwest, Northeast and Texas.

This Spring I have begun planting my vegetable seeds and planting flowers, mainly bulbs, in my backyard. I began using this Expand 'n Runabout three weeks ago. I can not wait to see how well my garden grows once I move my starter vegetables into my native soil. My flowers are beginning to come up and I know it has to do with this Expand 'n Repotting soil. Some of the flowers I am growing are in the ground and in plants. So far, I have seen very nice results and if you are like me and you love to see flowers bloom and show off their colors and scents, this is the only potting/ground soil to use from now on.

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Whether you like coconuts are not, your plants do. Coconut Coir is at the heart of this planting soil. Coir is all natural and light weight. If you are looking for something all natural, like I have been, this is why I use this. I do not want contaminated soil, which contaminates my food and flowers. Coir is found in such places as Sri Lanka, India, Vietnam, Mexico and The Dominican Republic. The whole coconut is used in making this soil.

Now, the key benefit of this soil is the moisture and control bulk density. It is vital the soil reach the plant roots for proper air space and circulation. This is also critical for the health of growing flowers and vegetables. Tilling this planting mix into native soil can reduce the soil's bulk density, which makes it up to 40% lighter and creates up to 90% more air space.

This sounds like something everyone who likes to get their hands dirty to create the flower or vegetable garden with want to use. The bigger, better and more tastier vegetable begins and ends with Expand 'n Gro™S.

So, I encourage all my readers to mix their native soil with Expand 'n Gro™.

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