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April Is Good to Grow Month


In anticipation of all of the beautiful blooms that are so synonymous with Spring, April is "Good to Grow" month. All throughout the month, I'll be bringing you the best products, tips, and projects to help you get your grow on at home. Don't worry, you needn't have an outdoor garden of your own to enjoy this month's theme; many of my tricks and products will give you a green thumb even if the only place you have for cultivation is the windowsill of your city apartment. We all know that April showers bring May flowers, but not without some light reading on the subject and some dirt underneath your finger nails, OK? Let's get ready to grow!
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beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
cool! i'm looking forward to some indoor help!
hkmarks hkmarks 8 years
We still have 3-4 ft of snow on the ground... maybe I can start some seeds though...
Courtney82 Courtney82 8 years
great idea, i love any information about gardening I can get.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I love gardening. :)
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I love gardening. :)
ella1978 ella1978 8 years
Looking forward to this! Starting to think about what I'm going to put in the ground! I'm definately excited about putting in my patio & got some veggie & sunflower seeds to plant. Love hydrangea, just like the picture. I want to put one in this summer too. One thing, if you get a chance, I have some bulbs that I would like to relocate after they bloom (lillies & tulips). Not sure how to do it. Thanks, can't wait!
ella1978 ella1978 8 years
Looking forward to this!Starting to think about what I'm going to put in the ground!I'm definately excited about putting in my patio & got some veggie & sunflower seeds to plant. Love hydrangea, just like the picture. I want to put one in this summer too.One thing, if you get a chance, I have some bulbs that I would like to relocate after they bloom (lillies & tulips). Not sure how to do it.Thanks, can't wait!
CJaneTyp CJaneTyp 8 years
Yay! This is perfect timing for me!
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