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I inherited a ton of Rose Campion from my Grandmother. Well, actually it started out as a few plants that my mother had transplanted; bringing them down to Georgia from Grandma’s Connecticut garden. Mom’s multiplied profusely and she shared several cuttings with me to transplant in my garden. And they multiplied from there. Every spring they fill my gardens up with bright purple color. And if I properly maintain them, I would imagine that they will still be available to transplant in my grandchildren’s gardens one day.
When mixed the with native soil around my Rose Campions, it loosens and aerates the soil. This is incredibly helpful in allowing nutrients and moisture to your plant’s roots, improving the native soil as it slowly breaks down.
Expand ‘n Gro is also fabulous for potted plants, allowing the pots to retain moisture and release water as the plants need it in order to prevent over or under watering. This is a definite must in the dry, hot days of summer in Georgia.
Easy to use, you simply spread a 1 inch layer of Expand ‘n Gro over your garden and work it into the top 4-6 inches of native soil. It expands up to three times when water is added, and feeds up to six months.
Expand ‘n Gro holds water and feed better than native soil and since it provides your plants with what they need, when they need it, you will easily get 3 times the flowers and vegetables than you normally do.
Now you can try out Miracle Gro Expand ‘n Gro Concentrated Planting Mix in your own garden! The folks at Miracle Gro have sent me a Sample Package to give away to one of my readers! Simply leave a comment below for a chance to win!
I will draw a winner on Friday, April 6, so hurry and enter! Your garden will thank you!