Take 2-landscaping the backyard with a giveaway

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Do you guys remember last year when I shared with you all of my hard work planting in the yard?

Well, we have had some crazy weather.
Plants got planted where they didn't thrive
And some plants got eaten (my dog is crazy like that)

Thankfully, I bought plants that had a 1 year guarantee, and I am waiting for a day that isn't raining so much that Noah starts dusting off his hammer to pull up the dead plants and replant new ones.

I want to give the new plants the best possible start so this time I am going to be using Expand ‘n Gro™.

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Expand 'n Gro transforms any soil into the ideal growing environment.
My plants will have no choice but to thrive this year!
I'm even going to use  Expand 'n Gro in my potted planters.

I heard that this stuff can make your plants grow up to 3x's the size when mixed with water (which Seattle has plenty of) AND it  feeds the plants for 6 months.  
I can plant and forget about it!


Since I am so excited about using Expand 'n Gro this summer, I also want to offer my readers a chance to win a sample as well.
Just leave me a comment telling me what your favorite plant or flower is and I will enter you to win.
A winner will be selected on Friday March 23.
Expand 'n Gro is such an easy way to prep your gardens for spring and summer.
Good luck!
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14 comments

NaDell Ransom said...

My favorite plants are lilacs. We bought some from an online bulb store six years ago and they came in the mail as little sticks and they are still going strong. I only wish I'd known that there was an ever-blooming kind when we bought them.... They do last for a month or so though.
I'd love to try out that new Miracle Grow!

Cerise said...

At the moment I'm really in love with the wisteria that is growing over our fence from our neighbors yard. When we moved we basically had to pull all the plants (mostly weeds and ivy) from our garden and start fresh. The wisteria adds so much cheer to my day.

sweetboaterchick said...

I have so many flowers in my garden every year but my favorite are my daisies. I love the bright white with the yellow contrast in the middle.
~Carolyn

Stacey said...

We've been working in our garden the past few days and I love it! My favorite plants are tomatoes because they grow so well in almost every climate.

Amy said...

Tulips are my favorite. They are actually peeking up through the soil!

Amy said...

I love tulips. They are a beautiful early spring surprise. I wish they could last all year. Wish I still lived in Seattle. I would have a much better chance of my flowers looking great because of the good climate. I work so hard here in Utah to get ok plants that maybe this product is the key I have been missing! I would love to have some to try!

Kyra @ RACKS and Mooby said...

Tulips. Love them. Love.

Jenna Z said...

I LOVE Kale! Mine kept growing through our very mild winter this past year and I'm STILL picking it!

Unknown said...

Daffodils in Feb/March and then tulips in March/April.
BTW, I went onto the Scott's website to find out more about Expand n Gro. Looks like it is only available to buy in 18 states -- and Washington and California are not among them. Too bad. It sounds great. (too bad I cannot figure out how to publish my comment using my name). A. Peg

Sew Wilde said...

My favorite flowers are calla lilies. I love all the colors they come in.

Julie

Jessica said...

I love to plant herbs. They look pretty and then you can you them in your cooking. Love basil, cilantro and Rosemary.

lynaeve said...

My favorite plant these days is thyme. I know its an herb but I use it all the time.

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