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Spring is here and for us that means gardening! My husband is the gardener in our family, he absolutely loves it. I have to say it is so nice to know that he has found a hobby in gardening. The first year we did a small garden with just a few veggies to see what would come of it. After that year, my husband set his sights bigger and better.
The following year, we did a garden nearly half the size of our yard, and we still have a plethora of veggies from it even after giving many away. We have found a love of gardening in that we are able to provide our family with home grown foods. It’s a great money saving resource to be able to grow your own foods, plus you also know how those foods are grown as far as chemicals.
I also love that I can start cooking dinner and walk outside and pick my own produce to add to our dinner. I especially love growing lettuce for salads, that is if I could just beat the bunnies to it. They tend to like the lettuce as much as I do apparently.
This year, we get the choice of many places to plant our garden being in a new house with a much larger yard. We are still debating where we are going to put it and the best spot to have the least amount of critters.
As I mentioned though last year in our gardening post on the blog, my husband leans on Miracle-Gro products to help his garden. We love that they have organic options as well as their traditional options. We use the Shake N Feed on our flowers in the flower bed each year and are able to enjoy the beautiful growth throughout the season.
(This our garden last year, I have a feeling this year will be much bigger!)
We also of course use the plant food for our garden, we find it’s one of the best products to use for good growth, even better they have an organic version too.
Are you ready to Gro Something Greater this year? Have you started gardening yet? Why do you love to garden?
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