The kids are grown, now what?: Fall Herb Garden with Miracle-Gro

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Fall Herb Garden with Miracle-Gro

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

After this incredibly HOT summer it is hard to believe that Fall will be here in less than 2 weeks! I am excited. Fall means cooler weather, pumpkin harvests and Fall gardening. It is easy to Find beauty in the Fall.



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Did you plant an herb garden this summer? It might be time to think about moving some of those herbs indoors for use during the winter months. How nice would it be to have fresh herbs to use in your recipes all winter long? While browsing on Pinterest I found this awesome project to bring your herb garden indoors and then move it back outside again once the warm weather returns!


How easy would this be do to yourself?! And you can make it lightweight by using plastic pots instead of terra cotta. Or, use pots made from recycled products to make it even more eco-friendly. This will look great inside the house and will be easy to move back out in the spring.

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Start with a large pot, fill it partially with Miracle-Gro Potting Mix. Hollow out some of the potting mix in the center and place your second smaller pot. Plant your larger herbs around the second pot. Then fill the second pot with the potting mix , hollow out the center again and add your third pot. Plant more herbs around the second pot. Fill the third pot with the Potting mix and plant your herbs! How easy is that?! You can even add a little Miracle-Gro Liquafeed to help your plants along.

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Another great idea is this one! Paint some Terracotta Pots with Blackboard Paint and write the herb names with chalk. Fill with Miracle-Gro Potting Mix and plant your herbs. Perfect indoors or out!




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For more information on Fall planting check out the Miracle-Gro Facebook page. They have everything you need to make a beautiful fall garden or put your summer garden to bed for the winter.
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