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Friday, October 26, 2012

Celebrate life with Miracle-Gro fall projects

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

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As I enter the fall, I am reminded of a time of fall in my own life that eventually sprung forth into a beautiful spring.  During it all, I discovered that tulips, a bulb flower, were so beautiful and representative of my plight and that there is a product aptly named Miracle-Gro that would help get these bulbs, that reminded me of life, to full bloom.
Additionally, I have now discovered a website that takes me through planting projects like this step by step.  It’s called Gardenieres.
A few years ago, before I received my miracle baby girl in my arms to nurture and watch grow, I went through the loss of three pregnancies.   Through it I realized how significant the bulb plants were in my circumstance.  The bulbs, I was told, have to endure being buried and then succumb to a winter and time under ground in the dark before they emerge in their brilliant springtime color and life.
The idea of going through a time of darkness before a full bloom could burst forth full of life hit home to my loss.  I wanted to focus on hope and not despair.  So, I decided to plant some tulip bulbs as a memorial and a reminder that new life would spring forth one day.
I love the idea that I can actually use a large pot to plant not only tulips but other bulbs as well.  This video explains how I can always have beautiful blooming color to look at throughout the seasons:

Some of the products used in the video include:
MG_Potting_Mix.jpg Miracle-Gro Potting Mix that provides the soil for the bulbs to take root
And
Liquafeed_Advanced.JPG Miracle-Grow Liquafeed which make providing the necessary nutrients to ensure healthy plant growth as easy as watering.
Find out more exciting fall projects to Find beauty in the Fall on their Miracle-Gro Facebook page, including how to plant an herb garden where you can pick your own herbs for use in cooking    Follow Miracle-Gro on Twitter for even more project ideas.
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