Monday, March 26, 2012

Expand 'n Gro Works Miracle in my Garden

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A friend gave me a bag of Expand ‘n Gro™, a product by Miracle Gro which is a concentrated planting mix. I used it in my tomatoes in pots and after mixing it with water, Expand 'n Gro does grow up to 3X more and I like what I saw.

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The soil in the pots has a better holding ability and the distribution of moisture is even therefore, Expand 'n Gro makes miracle. Literally it does make miracles because of the components in this product. Expand 'n Gro is a planting mix with a coconut coir fiber which helps the plants retain 50% more moisture. It is an absorbent of moisture so; it will prevent under watering the plants and if the plants needed the water, it just release it. Watch out the video below:

Do not dehydrate your garden and you should use Expand 'n Gro. Try it now if you want to have a beautiful garden this spring and summer. Would you like to have 3X more flowers and healthy vegetables in your garden? Miracle Gro Expand 'n Gro is the product that you need and if you want a free sample, just leave a comment below. You might be the lucky winner to receive a free sample. For more information, visit the Website today.


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