Find Beauty In The Fall With Miracle-Gro!

I don’t know about you, but I love gardening in the fall. Since building our raised garden beds we’ve been doing a lot of gardening,  so I’m especially excited to start gardening this fall. The weather will be cooler and I can plant a whole new variety of herbs and vegetables.

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

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Find beauty in the Fall; it is the best time to refresh your garden. As you might know from our Facebook album in the spring. We have 2 large raised garden beds that Mr. Woodsy built that were filled with lush vegetables and herbs. I’m excited for Fall gardening!

Although we already have two robust raised garden beds I would love to make this Mayan Pyramid raised garden bed I found via Pinterest from Verdura Culinary Gardens.

This would be a great way to plant my various herbs still stuck in pots! Looks like we could modify our version of our raised garden beds by creating a four-tier design. I don’t think we would do the same notched corners but keep it simple since this mutliple tier bed ads enough style all by its self!


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The Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables would be perfect for this in-ground raised planter bed. This soil is specially formuatled for annuals, perennials, and of course vegetables! It would help improve existing soil to build strong roots!

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After we poured in the The Miracle-Gro Garden Soil for Flowers & Vegetables and planted our herbs and/or vegetables we could give our vegetables a good feeing by using Miracle-Gro LiquaFeed. This feed is as easy as watering! 

For more information about Miracle Gro make sure you “like” Miracle-Gro Facebook page where you can find a community of fellow gardeners to share stories, tips, and tricks with.

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