Thursday, May 02, 2013

It's time for some tomatoes!! Miracle-Gro Gardening!

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Just because you live in a apartment doesn't mean you can have plants and vegetables!! Right?  Right!! 
My Granddaughter Alice and I thought we would start with a tomato plant. I figure you can't go wrong with something she could see grow and actually eat. It didn't take a lot of work and she could actually do most of it alone. The next project we are going to do is the Toyrarium!!  You have to take a look! It's super cute!! The Gro Project.  




I took Alice to the store and let her pick out the supplies. Alice picked out a bright red pot, watering can, gloves and a shovel. NaNa picked out the soil!! Only Miracle Grow will do!! In particular Moisture Control Potting Mix, because it guards against over watering! (Alice is 2.... we LOVE watering our tomato plant!  A LOT!!).  Seriously, I am a firm believer in Miracle-Gro. It truly is the best soil out there.  






I opened the soil mix and she shoveled in the dirt.  Yes, it took a very long time!!  But, Alice was having a great time!!
Really, isn't that what is the most important part?  You should check out the other
fun garden projects on Pinterest. Alice and I are gonna have a great summer doing some of these projects!!
What about you? What gardening projects do you do with the little ones in your life? 
I can't wait till Alice see's her first tomato!! I know with Miracle Gro it will be soon!!







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5 comments:

  1. i must say what a cute little helper you have. I to use Miracle Gro and have for many years. Im sticking with it as it always works for me. None better.

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  2. I love Miracle-Gro! I wouldn't use anything else either. Awesome stuff! Love Alice's gardening attire.

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  3. Okay ~ could she be any cuter? We use Miracle-Gro inside and out, always have and always will. We also grow container tomatoes and have had pretty good luck with them. I hope she continues her gardening for years to come!

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  4. What a cutie! I use that exact potting soil for my plants too!

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