Monday, March 26, 2012

Grow more veggies for less

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

Here in Frugal Follies land, the growing season is winding down.  (Yes, it's odd here in South Florida.  Summer veggies grow in the fall and spring, fall and spring veggies grow in the winter, and in the summer nothing except tropical fruits and vegetables grow.)

But for most of the rest of you in the United States, the planting season is starting or is soon to come!  Wouldn't you like to get more veggies grown with less effort and cost?

Why not give Miracle-Gro®  Expand ‘n Gro™ a try?  It's an all-natural planting mix that will help you grow more veggies with less effort and resources.  It contains coir, a coconut husk fiber, and also has Miracle Gro® plant food.

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When added to native soil, Expand 'n Gro can help produce up to three times the flowers and vegetables that would otherwise be produced.  It significantly improves soil for multiple years.  It's concentrated, so when water is added, it expands up to three times its size.  It feed your plants for up to six months, and its natural fibers hold water, so you water less.  And it's light and easy to carry home.

Check out this video about  Expand ‘n Gro™:

I'll be receiving a small sample of Expand 'n Gro.  I won't be able to use it now because of the growing season, but I plan to use it in the fall, when I'll start growing some herbs and vegetables in containers.  I can't wait to try out this product!

Would you like to give Expand ‘n Gro™ a try, too?  Leave a comment below saying what you plan to plant and how Expand ‘n Gro™ would help you have a better garden.  One lucky winner will receive a free sample!

Expand ‘n Gro™  is available at lawn and garden retailers in the Midwest, Northeast and Texas. Please visit for in-store availability information. It's also available at

Get your spring and summer gardens ready now!  Give Expand ‘n Gro™ a try!
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