Gro-ables makes growing vegetables fun.

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Gro-ables is an innovative new idea from Miracle Gro. You get seed pods and plant the entire thing and grow your own vegetables. I planted mine about two weeks ago and you can see how big they’ve gotten below. 

That’s my tomatoes and my peppers. I also have some cilantro that I have already had to transplant into another container. I can’t wait for them to get big enough to eat. I’m going to make a huge salad with tomato, peppers and cilantro added to lettuce and whatever else I can think to put in it. We eat a lot of salads at my house. This will be a great way to use all those vegetables this summer. This would also make a great salsa garden. I love cilantro in my salsa and paired with tomatoes and peppers what else but onion would one need?  

Check out the Gro-Ables video.   The sprout site has some great articles on growing specific gardens for what you are needing. I’m very interested in the salad garden and it tells me what to buy to get me that great salad garden. Which garden would you be interested in trying? What recipe would you make from that garden? 

I love how inexpensive the Gro-ables are. They are such a good value and make it easy to learn how to garden if you are new to gardening. So, go get some and try your hand at growing your own vegetables. It’s so worth it!

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  1. How cool are they? The hubby is the gardener in this family. He grows it – I process it. That is the deal. If it were the other way around we would starve.

  2. Cilantro would be great for tacos!

  3. I have always been terrible at gardening; everything dies under my watch. Maybe Gro-ables could help me out?

  4. Jenna M Wood says:

    What a cool concept- I am more of an indoors gardener, but I bet this could help indoors too!

  5. Fun. We need to get into more family gardening. Now if I can just get my kids to eat the veggies too! LOL!

  6. Kristyn says:

    this is something my daughter would love. she is so into gardening!

  7. Looks easy? How do they compare in pricing to sprouts purchased from Walmart/Home Depot/etc.?

    • They are actually cheaper I believe and you don’t have to buy 6 of something. 🙂 My pod gave me 3 plants each.

  8. Even I, with my brown thumb could do this! I bought some seeds last week.

  9. I think that is so cool and that I might actually be able to grow something without killing it. I have been known to have a bit of a black thumb 😉

  10. this is cool, we need to set up a green house since we have so many wild life around us.. but I will let my husband know about these when we do.

  11. Debra Fazio-Rutt says:

    I cannot wait to start planting our garden. I am very interested in these GroAbles because it takes my guess work of fertilizer out of the equation!

  12. Krystal says:

    I’m terrible when it comes to gardening. I’d love to try something like these out!

  13. Jessica says:

    This is so neat especially for someone like me with NO green thumb. I would love to grow my own veggies in the back but never knew where to begin. These look like exactly what I need to get started.

  14. Shop with Me Mama (Kim) says:

    Very cool! We love Gro Ables!!! My kids love growing things!

  15. susannabarbee says:

    I have the opposite of a green thumb, whatever that is! I will have to try using this as we begin planting next month.

  16. karenssunnysoirees says:

    These little pods are so cute! They would make such a great spring gift. I’ll have to get a few for my parents.

  17. Dawn Lopez (@dawnchats) says:

    Ooh these sound amazing! That is a lot of growth for two weeks! I really LOVE cilantro and would like to grow some too. So yummy!

  18. rachaelebner says:

    I might have to try these. I don’t have much a green thumb at all.

  19. Valerie Gray (@valmg) says:

    They look like they’re doing well. I’ll have to see if they have strawberries, I tried growing those a few years ago and got nothing.

  20. I love how easy these are to use! Can’t wait for mine to be ready!

  21. casavilorainteriors says:

    I would love to try these for an herb garden. If I can ever get around to starting it

  22. Brett Martin (@brettbmartin) says:

    i want to try herbs with the groables. i struggle with herbs from seed. its quite sad

  23. I really love the idea of growing plants and flowers at my own backyard. I never had the chance to do gardening especially with my very busy schedule. I’m hoping to do this in the near future though. 🙂

  24. I’ve seen these all over the internet, so when I went to buy some today I was a bit disappointed I couldn’t find them where I was shopping- darnit! I will be buying more plants soon though, so I’ll keep an eye out 🙂

  25. What a great idea, I will have to remember this for mothers day. My mother would really love this.

  26. Christie says:

    Certainly makes gardening easier! Love this idea

  27. Marina (@mommysnippets) says:

    I must get our family Groables to kick-start our veggie garden!

  28. Very awesome! I’ll be sharing this with my husband.He’s the one with the green thumb in the family.

  29. I have been wanting to try these. I love this idea as it simplifies and perhaps helps ensure a successful crop!

  30. teresa mccluskey says:

    My father in law grows in his yard I know he would like this!

  31. I’d like something simple like to encourage the kids to want to play along. 😉 It’s therapeutic being out in the yard!

  32. What a cool product! I want to start growing my own veggies and this looks like the perfect place to start.

  33. What a great product! We just started planting out garden (indoors for now!) I will have to look into this!!

  34. That is so cool! One of the things I look forward to the most about moving out of apartments is having my own garden (or two, or three) to grow our own food. I cannot wait!

    • awesome! you’ll love gardening then. I love it so much. I also have lettuce coming up and kale.

  35. StacieinAtlanta says:

    I’m going to try this with my son. He loves growing things and dreams of being a farmer. He would find this fascinating.

  36. Amber Killmon (@AmberSBL) says:

    These look very interesting. I think even I could grow something without killing them using this method!

  37. The New Classy says:

    That looks like a great idea for inexperienced gardeners. Your look like they are growing really well!

    • they are getting so big now! I can’t wait to move them to the yard and watch the pretty fruit emerge!

  38. Mina Slater says:

    We’ve been talking about starting a little garden for such a long time. Probably years now. I guess it is time to stop talking and start doing! This would be a great way to start since we’re complete newbies.