Sunday, October 07, 2012

A Rose Filled Lanai

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Waking up every day and being greeted with a lot of beautiful roses is considered to be one of the nicest feelings in the world. It would be a bit expensive to purchase cut roses daily and fill up your vases thus planting and growing your own is the most practical way to do. It would be very fulfilling to be able to see them bloom into gorgeous looking flowers.

Just like any other planting and growing projects, roses require ample patience and perseverance. First and foremost, you need to look for that right place to plant your roses. If you’re deprived with the large lawn, you can also plant your roses on pots just like what I want to have in my lanai. I was inspired by one of the videos featured in Gardenieres about Rose Bush Pruning. Seeing the lovely and healthy roses from the video gave me an idea on how I am going to plant and grow them properly. One of which is through the help of Miracle-Gro® Potting Mix which is perfect for the needed nutrients of my potted roses.
Aside from the video mentioned above, I obtained a lot of information regarding proper ways of gardening from the expert gardeners in Miracle-Gro Facebook page.
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Feel free to access their page and do not hesitate to ask questions to the gardeners. Now my lanai is already blooming with potted roses in different colors.

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  1. For my flowers, i do use mirical grow, but my vegies get something much beeter - compost!

  2. I would love to grow my own rose plants too..

  3. those Pink Roses am sure smell so sweet! I am working in the garden now too in between cleaning the house, and surfing the net hehe :-) planting veggies at the backyard...eggplants, tomatoes and pepper! wish me luck...I think I need Miracle Gro too...:-)

  4. The video was inspirational. Although I would need more herbs to make something like that. Looking for Rosemary, thyme and chives!