Miracle-Gro Gro-ables Seed Pods

This week I was invited to New York City to attend a blogging event for Miracle-Gro. If you know me, you know that gardening consumes about 3/4 of my year and I’m feverishly working to extend my growing season to cover that last quarter when the New England Winter mocks me with all its might. Needless to say, I was thrilled to see what this event was all about!

Miracle-Gro Gro-ables

This year, Miracle-Gro is bringing a new gardening product to market called Gro-ables, an all in one Seed Pod containing a non-GMO seed, growing media and plant food. All you do is peel the top, push the Gro-able into the loosened soil and water. It doesn’t get much easier than that. Gro-ables Seed Pods come in 17 varieties, from greens and herbs to Watermelons and Pumpkins. Imagine your child’s delight when they watch a beautiful pumpkin slowly grow from this wonderful seed pod they planted in the Spring! I know how proud my boys were to point out the pumpkins they grew last Halloween.

17 Varieties of Gro-ables
17 Varieties of Gro-ables

Best of all, they’re guaranteed to grow. I’ve have numerous friends tell me that they have black thumbs and have tried and failed to garden. Gardening is a learning process, sometimes what you plant thrives, other times, not so much. Miracle-Gro guarantees their product, and I guarantee you can garden. Hey, even if you live in a cave, there’s always mushrooms! Give it a try, I promise you there is nothing more satisfying than eating something you grew yourself, or seeing your children take interest in where their food comes from.

Gro-ables Seed Pods

Yesterday, I ran out for some Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix so I could try out Gro-ables with the boys and they were on sale at The Home Depot for $1.25. I picked up a watermelon because I just couldn’t resist!

Miracle-Gro Gro-ables at The Home Depot
Miracle-Gro Gro-ables at The Home Depot

Give it a try, Spring is just around the corner and Summer is hot on its heels. Head over to Miracle-Gro for tips and advice and get those hands dirty!

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  1. 3.24.14
    Cassie said:

    Wow! I saw a coupon for these on Meijer mPerks and I really want to try them. Did you try them yourself? We just bought this house summer of 2012 and the previous owner was definitely a gardner – but the house had been empty for awhile so a lot of work is needed. I did plant strawberries last summer so I hope they come back this year! We also want to get a blueberry bush for the kids. This sounds like something I could really use since I’m very new to gardening but I really want to grow our own stuff.

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