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For some reason, living on over an acre of land gives me the green thumb. The landscaping I have envisioned for the place we call home is covered with green green grass, apple trees, grape vines, pecans and many other kinds of vegetation.
We already have grapes, apples, pecans, pomegranates, plums and apricots in place, but I don’t think I have come close to earning the honor of calling myself on of the Gardenieres. I have way to much to learn about gardening.
The Home Depot and Miracle Gro have teamed up to bring us the Gardenieres, which are a group of individuals from around the country who know a thing or two about things with roots. Because I’m naturally curious, I watched several of their videos. One in particular caught my eye because she lives in a similar climate as mine. She’s the “West Coast Garndeniere.”
Since I’m looking to plant some more citrus trees this winter, I learned a thing or two about how to help your trees avoid the colder air.
Now I’m sure there are a lot of good products on the market that I can use to plant my trees, but I plan on using Miracle-Gro® Garden Soil for Trees & Shrubs because it feeds up to 3 months with Miracle-Gro® Continuous Release Plant Food. Properly planting, feeding, watering and even sheltering a new tree are vital to it’s growth. In fact, some of my older trees didn’t produce a lot of fruit this year. I’m thinking they deserve a good meal as well.
So, if you’re looking for a good fall gardening project to take on, you might check out the Gardenieres and see the kinds of things they do. Teena, the west coast Gardeniere, was growing plants on hay bales in areas that didn’t have soil. Pretty cool stuff!
So as you choose a project be sure to check out the Miracle-Gro Facebook page for helpful tips and information regarding their products. Be sure to give them a ‘Like.’ You might find something you need before getting started.