Gardening Is One Of My Hobbies!

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Gardening has always been one of my favorite hobbies even when I was still in the Philippines. I wanted to have my own little garden at home and I've tried many times but somehow it just wasn't thriving! I think it's because I just plucked the plants from somewhere, we couldn't afford to buy plants from a nursery store because they were expensive and we didn't have that much money when I was growing up!

Anyhow, now that I am in America, I now have my own flowering garden here with so many beautiful flowers planted in it. What a pleasure it is for me to be able to plant anything that I want in my garden, and of course, all that hard work pays off when the plants starts to bloom with gorgeous, vibrant and beautiful flowers! I am always open to any fun garden projects that could add character to my garden or inside the house or porch  or anywhere!

Anyway, so I stumble upon The Gro Project on facebook that got me to really want to try it. There are different kinds that you can try out. Me and my kids already tried out the Toyarium and it was a lot of fun and a very easy to do! Now I want to try the Origami one! Below is what it looks like and step by step on how to do it. You can also watch embedded video below the picture...

As you can see above, you can pretty much find the materials to make this project at home. All I need to buy is probably just the Miracle-Gro Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food! I can't wait to try this project! It would look so good on our porch!

Oh before I forget, Miracle-Gro has some other products that you can try out. Aside from the Shake'n Feed for your indoor or container garden, there is also a Moisture Control Potting Mix that you can try. And for in-ground garden, you can try the LiquaFeed All Purpose Plant Food Advance Starter Kit. And if I may mention, you can follow Miracle-Gro on Pinterest and share your stories with other fellow gardeners!
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