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Once upon a time, a friend gave me a cactus plant. She gave me this plant because she said even I couldn’t kill it. Guess what? I did. I don’t just have a black thumb, I have a total plant “kiss of death” thumb. The thing is, I REALLY want to grow my own garden! I have this vision in my head of growing my own herbs and tomatoes, then coming up with the most delicious tomato sauce in the world.
See, my grandmother had this amazing tomato sauce recipe. The thing is, she never told any of us how to make it. She wasn’t trying to guard a secret or anything, she said she didn’t follow a specific recipe. It was a little of this, a little of that. Now that she’s gone, our family needs a great new sauce recipe. I’d love to be the one to come up with it!
Anyone can garden with Gro-ables!
So here I am, wanting to create this amazing garden yet completely clueless on how to do it. Then I found out about Scotts Gro-ables, a brand new product from Miracle Grow. If you look at the picture above, you’ll notice just how unique these little pods are. They’re designed for people like me: people who really want to grow a garden but just don’t know how to get started. They completely take the guesswork out of the whole process.
If you follow the easy directions, your Gro-ables pods are actually guaranteed to grow! Take a look at the video to see how they work:
Did you see that? Just stick it in the ground, water it and enjoy! Seriously, even I can do that! I am definitely getting these as soon as the ground finally thaws here! Then again, you can even use Gro-ables to grow plants in your apartment, so maybe I don’t have to wait!
Just think of all the amazing recipes you could create! I’m also thinking about all the money I’d save on cilantro for my guinea pigs if I could grow my own! Those little piggies absolutely love their cilantro. At just $1.29-1.49 per pod, it’s very cost-effective to grow your own garden with Gro-ables.
What would you love to grow with Gro-ables? What is your favorite herb or vegetable to use in your recipes?