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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

An Outstanding Planting Mix For Monster Container Tomatoes

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.


I have talked extensively about moisture control for growing monster container tomatoes. Sometimes it can be overwhelming to figure out what planting mix is best for containers. I can tell you that MIracle-Gro Expand 'n Grow Concentrated Planting MIx is container gardening perfection. It is made from coconut coir husk and it expands to 3x times its size. What does that mean? It means that moisture is being held in the planting mix and it is available for your container tomatoes. It is also pack full of nutrients that you have come to expect from Miracle-Gro. You can grow your plants and vegetables 3x's larger versus your standard soil. It feeds for up to 6 months. This is what your container tomatoes need - nutrients and moisture. It is the perfect planting mix for your container gardens.

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You can use Expand 'n Grow to amend your garden soil too. The natural fibers used in the planting mix holds up to 50% more water than your standard potting mixes. Not only does it help manage moisture and feed your vegetables so you get maximum production, it also improves your soil for years to come. Adding this product gives your garden an immediate benefit for the current growing year and for years to come. Your garden soil only gets stronger when adding a product like this to it. I have clay soil and clay soil becomes rock hard in the sun. Expand 'n Grow added organic matter to my garden and helped transform parts of it into a lush planting bed.

I suggest you give it a try. Unsure? Try it out in one of your containers or in part of your garden and you will immediately see the benefits of this product. It makes container garden that much easier and your tomatoes that much larger... monsters! 

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