Thursday, July 12, 2012

Have some fun learning with Miracle-Gro Kids – review-and-giveaway



 
Are you looking for a fun project for you and your child to do together? Well I have a great suggestion to you, Miracle Gro has these great greenhouses that are great projects that the family can do together, here is a little information about the kit from the site:

The Disney Pixie Hollow Greenhouse fromMiracle-Gro® Kids allows kids to grow their own whimsical flower garden with the help of Tinker Bell and her fairy friends! 
It's packed with quick sprouting flower seeds, pixie perfect Disney fairy embellishments and the Miracle-Gro® Gro-Pod™ system. 
Kids will delight in the fantasy of creating their own Pixie Hollow! Adult supervision recommended

I was very fortunate to be able to review The Disney Pixie Hollow Greenhouse from Miracle-Gro® Kids


My Review:

I have mentioned before that I have a bit of a black thumb when it comes to plants… Opposed to a person who does so well gardening that they are said to have a green thumb, I do so poorly that I call myself a black thumb. It is a shame I love plants, but it seems like I can’t keep them alive for some reason. I want to make sure my daughter has better luck with plants when she grows up. When I found out that I would be able to review a new product from Miracle Grow, I was so excited. My parent have used miracle gro in their garden for as long as I can remember. I grew up knowing it was a quality product.

And today Miracle Gro has a new line of items made for the younger set. The greenhouses have great Disney characters and you know I love that. There are kits that would be great for boys and girls. My daughter is a huge fairy fan, so of course my daughter loved Tinkerbelle and the fairies, kit includes, Miracle Gro Pod Pixie Hallow Potting system and potting soil, Tinkerbelle and fairy friends Embellishments,  and Quick sprouting flower seeds. My daughter had fun getting the kit ready with mommy, it was nice to see her slowing down and taking care of the soil and getting it ready for the seeds. The quick sprouting seeds were easy to plant, and they are true to their word, very soon later they started to sprout. My daughter got a little confused though…. She thought because they were “quick sprouting” they would sprout within minutes… they were fast but not that fast.. She is such a funny kid.

The directions are very easy just add miracle-gro to bowl then add water. The soil expands then add it to cups provided. Now plant the seeds and cover it.  Make sure to mark the cup with a fairy and place your greenhouse near a window. We do not have large windows in our house, but the small window in the kitchen worked just fine. So when did they sprout in just about a week, that is pretty fast for seeds.

I love that my daughter cares so much for her greenhouse, she has really taken to gardening and it sweet to see, she is always making sure the plants have their water, and I am sure they will be a lovely full garden before you know it.  The price for this kit is $12.99, I think that is a great deal, your kids will love it, I know my daughter did. She is going to have a green thumb I know it!


The generous folks at Miracle Grow are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a Miracle Grow Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse Kit. Would you love to win? Just visit the site,  take a look around then come back here and let me know something you learned. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.
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One winner will win a Miracle Grow Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse Kit

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