Easy Gardening Project Featuring Miracle-Gro

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

Many people think gardening is too time-intensive and back-breaking. But the folks at Miracle-Gro have started a wonderful campaign called The Gro Project to inspire us with their fun and easy gardening projects. I was so inspired, I took a few minutes to bring some of my beautiful outdoor flowers into my home.
To get started, you'll need a small container of some kind. I chose an old cup and saucer that's just been sitting here on my butler shelf. I gathered some small stones, some Miracle-Gro Moisture Control Potting Mix, a scooping spoon, and three cuttings from my Wandering Jew plants. I love Wandering Jew plants because you can just stick them into the potting mix and they'll develop their own new roots, making them almost fool-proof to grow.
First put a few little stones in the bottom of your container. This helps keep the soil from tamping down on the bottom of the container and allows for some air flow for the roots, boosting them to grow. You can also boost growth by using Miracle-Gro Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food for indoor plants.
Add the Moisture Control Potting Mix to the container putting it on top of the stones. Fill it about 2/3 full, then tuck in the plant cuttings that you're replanting. Once the cuttings are in place, fill with a bit more potting mix around the stems to provide some support.
Give your plant some water and find a sunny spot where you can enjoy your pretty new indoor plant. For more fun garden projects you can follow The Gro Project Pinterest page! Visit Miracle-Gro online to access their huge library of tips for beginners and professionals. Also, check out this great video!
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