Getting Luscious and Beautiful (in the yard)

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

It’s undeniable, spring has sprung here in Pittsburgh. That means we’ve been trying to spend some more time outside, but when you have yard with dry (crab?) grass, pool runoff, and a dry flower bed, it’s hard to imagine yourself in a relaxing place. As Mr. Burgher and I prepare for our summer yard plans. We want a lush, beautiful “oasis”, but we’re going to need some help. A miracle, perhaps? 

That’s where we’re hoping that Expand ‘n Gro™ from Scotts Miracle-Gro line will help. This products boasts moisture control–and in a yard with spots of dry and spots of wet soil, this is key. Plants need the right amount of moisture to stay healthy, right? Well, if we till the concentrated Expand ‘n Gro into our native soil, we’ll have lighter “soil with better water holding ability, moisture distribution, and drainage”, according to Miracle-Gro’s website. 

Here,  take a look for yourself and see how Expand ‘n Gro can help transform yards (or pots) by making the environment right for growth.

Doesn’t that sound just heavenly? I can already see my plants growing better this summer, and what a relief it will be to know that using Expand ‘n Gro this summer will improve our soil for several years. The coconut husk fibers will help our garden be fed and watered for up to 6 months–and at the rate we’re going, we’ll still be enjoying flowers in September! 

Are you as excited as I am about getting the yard ready for summer? Leave me a comment below about what your summer yard/gardening plans are, and make sure you check out the Expand n’ Gro website. There’s a coupon there, too! 

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