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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Miracle-Gro and My Fall Vegetable Garden!

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I don't stop gardening come fall. Fall is a great time to grow your cool weather vegetables in containers. I use moisture control Miracle-Gro for my spring and summer containers. I grow pepper and tomato plants in them. They grow wonderfully. But a full spring and summer uses up the container soil.

The old soil get tossed into my compost pile or into my earth-beds. To get ready for my fall container garden, I simply get a new bag of Miracle-Gro garden soil. It is balanced and ready to feed your growing container vegetables. Just fill the container and plant the seeds. Water, walk away and soon you will have your fall vegetable garden. Miracle-Gro makes it easy to Find beauty in the Fall.

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The fall garden is the cool weather garden. You can grow peas, lettuces, spinch, greens, radishes and most other vegetables that will mature in 40-60 days. Did you know lettuces can freeze lightly and they won't die. Fall gardening is a must. Check out one of my fall garden projects. What is the recipe for growing lettuces like below? Just look for the above bag of Miracle-Grow soil for your project, get some seeds and find a container.

Step 1 Get a Container.

Step 2 Fill it with Miracle-Gro Soil

Step 3 Scatter in Lettuce seeds to 1/4 Inch Deep

Step 4 Water and Walk Away

 

 

Miracle-Gro makes fall gardening easy. Not sure what to grow in the fall?  Check out the  Miracle-Gro Facebook page. The best way to get inspired is to see what others are doing. If you like what you see on their Facebook page, give them a thumbs up and a like. I plant fall gardens every year. You really have to give it a try. This is what I ate last December from my container garden. Get a bag of Miracle-Gro garden soil and fill a container. You can have lettuce like this deep into the fall!

 

December Garden Greens: Gary Pilarchik

 

 

 

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