“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow” by Audrey Hepburn
Spring is here and it’s the perfect time to be outside and get your hands dirty. What better way to spend a sunny day with your kids outside and do something good for the world, plant! My kids love planting and playing in dirt. Every year we try and grow a little garden. When I heard about Miracle-Gro Gro-ables I was super excited. I knew my kids would love to do this together.
Miracle Gro-ables is a fun kit that is so easy to plant. Each kit has everything you need to grow a fruit, herb, or vegetable seed pods. Gro-ables is a fun activity for you to use to get outside and have some family time. We had a beautiful evening after a day of morning showers so we went outside and got to work. We had the perfect pots that were needing some love and so the Gro-ables were just perfect for them.
My kids loved helping me prep the potting mix. After a few minutes of playing, we were ready to use our gro-ables. I was amazed at how simple and easy it was to use! My 8 year old was having a blast with her own grow-ables. She was able to take the top off and plant them on her own. Gro-able kits come with 30 pods in one variety. There are 4-6 types that you can choose from.
It took just a few minutes to get our Gro-ables in the potting mix and how we wanted them. We have 1 pot of some veggies including tomatoes and our other pot has some herbs. All we had to do was get the pods in the potting mix and have them level to the mix. We patted them gently and then the kids watered. That was it! I couldn’t believe how simple it was! The kids loved it and had the best time doing this. We’ve been checking on the Gro-ables every day and making sure they get plenty of sun and some water too.
I loved that with this project we had a hands on experience together and made fun memories together. We’ve been checking on our Gro-ables Project and little sprouts are starting to form. I hope you will join us with this and your family. Take part in the activities and share your stories!
Have you ever started a garden with your kids? What are your favorite things to plant?