Growing vegetables the easy and organic way! #sponsored

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I love to garden. It gives me such pride to provide food for my family. My daughter does it with me so it’s fun for her too. Making sure it’s organic is another priority of mine. Using Organic Choice is one great way to do this. I’ve actually seen on pinterest a way to grow a salad by getting a bag of Organic Choice potting soil and cutting strips in the bag and planting your salad greens. Then you let the salad grow up through the bag. No weeds, no mess. I’m going to do that this year and put it in my wheel barrow as a garden art fixture and food growing device. I’m so excited. 

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Once I saw that picture on Pinterest it’s simply amazed me. How simple that will be for us to grow a nice salad bed without much fuss. We eat a lot of salads during the summer. I’m thinking of making a salad with dried cranberries, toasted pine nuts, carrots, spinach, lettuce and grapes. I look forward to gardening and summer time is great for gardening this way.  The fact that I know I can go out and purchase the Organic Choice Garden soil to grow it in makes me happy. I’m all about trying to make a softer footprint on the environment. Using no pesticides makes gardening interesting. But knowing you’re not hurting the environment around you makes it even better. We used to have so many bees in our yard. Now we hardly have any. I think it’s a direct result of using pesticides. Anything organic is always better for the environment and for your family. Go get your Organic Choice potting soil and make yourself a garden of salad greens. Have you thought about how your garden will be this year? Does it change like mine does? 

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  1. Jenni Polly Eaves says:

    I’m gonna do some container gardening this year and I want to use something like this to make sure I give the plants a good start! I totally don’t have a green thumb. Anything I plant needs all the help it can get, lol!

  2. Amanda says:

    OH I didn’t know Miracle Grow had an organic option…. we tried organic gardening two years in a row, and had no luck whatsoever. I can’t wait to try this.

  3. april aakre (@aprilaakre) says:

    sounds like a great idea. I enjoy gardening also

  4. donnahup says:

    Pretty cool! I had no idea they had an organic option. Thanks!

  5. I’ve never been much of a gardener but this is definitely inspiring to me – a little bitty one wouldn’t be too bad for a beginner right? 🙂

  6. I really want to get my veggie garden started!

  7. Dawn @ Pin-n-Tell says:

    Just in time! We have been talking about what we’re going to plant this year in our raised garden beds. I need some Miracle Grow, for sure!

  8. Mary Jo says:

    I want to get into Organic Gardening, so this will help a TON!

  9. Stacie D. Wyatt (@sdwyatt) says:

    I like the idea of the growing the garden through the bag. I am a horrible gardener, but im sure i can work up a wheelbarrow and some lettuce seeds.

  10. Sabrina Dix says:

    I love to garden too!!! Miracle Gro is definitely my go to for gardening.

  11. Review Dad (@ReviewDadMedia) says:

    I don’t have a green thumb at all, but I’ll be sure to share this with my wife!

  12. Stephanie Rose says:

    I would love to start a garden. I also have the intention but never follow through. I really love the organic option. I really want to know where my food comes from.

  13. I would love to do a garden this year, but I have about the brownest thumb around. Maybe, this will make a difference. I’ll have to try it!