We love having our own garden. Dave finds working in the garden relaxing as well, so whenever he has a chance to do a little planting, watering, or weeding he’s on it. He usually leaves the picking to me which is perfect because it’s my favorite part!
This post is sponsored by Miracle-Gro and Seed Pods were received.
Being able to pop out into the yard and pick fresh herbs and veggies to include in dinner that evening is fun and delicious. That’s why I am excited to work with Miracle-Gro and their Gro-Ables Seed Pods.
Gro-Ables are seed pods that provide an ideal growing environment for your seed. Each ready to plant seed pod contains growing materials, plant food, and a seed. There are 17 varities of Gro-ables and I selected:
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Globe Tomatoes
- Romaine Lettuce
- Smooth Leaf Spinach
- Zucchini Squash
- Straight Cucumber
The Gro-Ables are really easy to use. Simply peel back the label, read the simple directions, plant them, add water, and watch them grow.
I originally wanted to plant these in our garden that does really well every summer. However, winter just wouldn’t leave us here in Cleveland. In fact, even though it is May now I heard the weatherman say recently that we aren’t out of the freezing zone yet. Can you believe it? May and even though it’s been in the 70’s the last few days we are still waiting for that one last freeze.
That’s why I thought it would be fun to bring our gardening indoors this year. I didn’t want to take the chance of losing them the Gro-Ables to frost so I bought some cute pots and set up a window garden in our kitchen.
I think it looks great and is something we have never done before and it’s added a nice touch to our kitchen. As you can see the herbs and veggies are doing great.
While I love having the window garden, once the weather stays warm and that last freeze passes we’ll move the tomatoes, cucumbers, and zucchini outside. I can just imagine them taking over our kitchen! I do think I’ll leave the herbs inside however. They’ve added some pretty color to the kitchen this year and it’s been a nice way to mix things up a bit.
I’ve enjoyed using the Miracle-Gro Gro-Ables Seed Pods and that’s why I’m excited to offer the giveaway below.
One reader of 2 Wired 2 Tired will win a variety of 9 Miracle-Gro Gro-Ables Seed Pods.
To enter use the Rafflecopter form below.
Tanya Cox says
Neat. I would have put these on the ledge in our apartment. :)
Jessica Holmes says
I would plant these in my backyard! Want to start a garden there!
Darin R. says
I would plant them on my patio
Buddy Garrett says
I would plant them on the deck.
I’d plant them on my back porch.
Sadie B. says
I would plant these on the front porch.
maya hu says
i would give them to my grandmother to plant in her big garden!
I would plant them in my garden.
tina reynolds says
I would do it in my three season porch
I’d plant these in my new garden / patio space.
Connie Tucker says
Our closed in patio
I would plant tomatoes and cucumber and maybe peppers
Em Ma says
I’d plant them in the garden in my backyard.
amanda whiltey says
i am trying to start a flower bed in my front yard. i would put these there!
Sarah C says
On my deck/patio! Thanks!
Maureen G says
I would plant them in the raised bed in the back
Christian Alejandro says
They would be great in the kitchen.
Kat Emerick says
I have a sunroom that I can grow these.
Emily Morelli says
I would love these to plant in the little pallet garden we made this year!
Would be great in my kitchen window!
Tiffani Jade says
We live in an apartment and don’t have anywhere we can plant a garden but I would love trying to grow them indoors like you did or I would give them to my mom to add to her garden.
Cynthia C says
I would plant them in my dad’s garden.
Ellen Casper says
I would put them in planters on my deck
Michaela R. says
I would plant them near the house in my backyard
amy deeter says
i would plant them in my back yard
Tammy Litke (@threedifferent) says
I’d probably put them in my kitchen as well. I have a funny feeling if I left them on my deck or front step that the wild life would eat them!
Kayla Malik says
We would plant them in our backyard garden!
Jill E says
I live in an apartment so I would plant it on my deck garden
Laurie Emerson says
I would plant these on my patio.
I would plant them on my balcony!
Candie L says
We have a small area we are trying to go stuff in. Thank you
Karrie Millheim says
I would plant in pots on my patio
Joe Spatafora says
I have a nice space on my patio that would nicely accomodate a container garden
I’d plant them in our container garden!
In my backyard!
I would put them in pots on my front porch.
Debbie Clauer says
I would plant them along the side of my house.
Rachel Ellis says
I would plant them in my garden in my front yard.
This time of the year I’d plant them outdoors in the veggie garden. During the winter months I’d like to try growing the herbs indoors. Thanks.
Priscilla S. says
I love how convenient these are! It would be so easy to put together a vegetable and herb garden quickly.
April V. says
I would definitely put them out in our backyard – I might have to rig some sort of shade for them though because our backyard gets a LOT of sun until late afternoon so might be too much for veggies and herbs.
Melissa S says
I would plant them in containers on my porch.
kyl neusch says
plant them in raised garden bed
Tabathia B says
In my enclosed back yard
Tracy Pryor says
I would plant them on my back porch.
Miz Vickik says
On my patio!
Jennifer Reed says
I would plant the Miracle-Gro Gro-Ables Seed Pods on my patio, for a patio garden, if I won.
laura ari says
I would plant them in my raised garden beds
Sarah Hall says
I would plant them right outside my back door in a little garden I have for veggies and flowers.
Erica C. says
Would be great in my backyard.
Danielle D says
On the deck outside/
Cynthia R says
I would love to grow some herbs, especially basil, think I would grow them on my windowsill and maybe transfer them to my porch.
I would use these on our patio!
Francine Anchondo says
On my deck
I would love to plant these outside the livingroom door along the walkway.
xty cruz says
I will plant it outside the kitchen
Sky Evans says
I’d plant these in my yard.
Alona Y says
This would be so much fun to do with my daughter! We would set them up in the sunroom at the back of the house and probably move them later.
Annette Abrahamson says
Nothing beats homegrown!!!
Lisa B says
I would use these indoors on my window sills
I have a big garden in my backyard I would plant them in it!
RICHARD HICKS says
I would plant them in big pots on the deck
On our deck in container gardens for veggies, so the deer don’t eat them!
ellen c says
I would plant them in my backyard. Thanks for the chance.
Emily R. says
In our container garden!
Charlotte Padgett says
Probably around our front porch.
Anne Marie says
My kids are obsessed with planting and growing things right now. These look like they would be amazing!
I would plant them outside in my container garden
Deci MacKinnon says
I would plant them in my backyard.
Sheila K. says
I would put them in planters on the back patio!
Wanda McHenry says
I would plant them in big planters that I have. I didn’t plant anything this year so this would be great!
deana c says
I would plant them in my garden boxes!
Amy Pratt says
I hae used these in the past and they are wonderful. I put them in planters outside.
Tram Le says
I would plant it in the backyard!
Lauren Olivia Wood says
I would plant them in our garden!
Stephanie Galbraith says
I would plant it in my front yard.
I’d like to plant them in my garden
I would plant them in pots on our deck.
christine jessamine says
I would love to grow these on my back porch
Donna L says
I would put them in pots and place them in our backyard.
Jane Squires says
In containers near garden I have already planted
danielle schumacher says
my mother’s garden.
I would plant them in the garden
I’d like to plant them in my garden :-)
Ann Fantom says
I would plant the Miracle-Gro Gro-Ables Seed Pods in pots on our deck.
Melissa Kitley Potter says
Susan Christy says
I would plant them in the back flower beds.
Susan Robbins says
I would plant them in my raised garden bed.
Sara Sullivan says
I would use them for herbs on my deck.
Alexander Kinsley says
I’d plant them on my windowsill!
Danielle Lima says
I would plant them on my porch.
Denise S says
I’d put them along my kitchen windowsill.
Amy Z. says
I would plant these behind my house in the yard.
Sarah L says
I’d like a garden in my kitchen like yours.
Thanks for the contest.
I would put them in one of my raised beds.
Cindy Merrill says
We have a nice tiny Greenhouse, just about perfect for these plants!
sandra davis says
i would plant them in my flower bed along side my house
Seyma Shabbir says
I would plant them o the back patio so my sons could watch them!
Jennifer V says
I would plant them along the side of our house.
Brigid OHara Koshko says
I would like to start the pods in my house and then move them to my deck.
I would use them in my raised bed or large pots. It depends on what kind of plant it is.
D SCHMIDT says
I think I would plant them in my back yard with the help of my children.
Theresa N says
I’m sure i would put them in my kitchen window.
Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says
A couple of years agomy Honey/Hubby built three raised garden beds in our back yard (partly – I suspect – so there would be less lawn to mow!) Anyway, for the past two years he has tried growing herbs and root vegetables – without much luck. We’ve switched to growing the herbs in pots and there are so many bunnies around – we just kind of gave up on the carrots….
I’d love to try these Miracle-Gro-Gro-Ables in these raised beds either in pots or in the ground. Thanks Tesa!
Our office area has great windows with sills, perfect for a window garden !
Debbie Welchert says
Some I would plant in the garden and others I would put out on my deck to grow.
Arthur Caudill says
The kitchen in our house gets the most sun, that’s where I would put them. Thank you
Patricia Wojnar Crowley says
I would plant them in my sun porch!
Ellie W says
We have two huge bay windows in our living room. I would start them there.
Christina Foley says
I would do herbs in our patio and everything else in one of our six raised beds.
Carl L Smith Jr says
We have a space on our porch which faces East and gets great light where we start our plants. We then transfer them to our garden bed .
Alana Vester says
I would start them in my kitchen, I have the perfect window for sunlight. I would then move them by the side of my house where I have a few things planted.
Heather B says
I would start them in the bay window in my dining room.
My back deck.
Kelly Tupick says
I would start them in pots on my patio first That is where i get the best sunlight and then i would move them to my outdoor garden.
Leslie Kiley says
I like the idea of having a garden in the kitchen so I think I would start there!
shanta spradlin says
I would put them in my outdoor garden.
Amy Orvin says
I would plant them in a window box under the living room window.
Oh I forgot to add that I would start them inside and these transfer to big planters. Too many people walk thru our yard and I read that planting in pots would deter the rabbits from eating the plants.
I have been wanting to try these groables. I am a new gardner and was wondering if these pods were GMO….
I would plant these in pots on my patio.
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Laura DeLuca says
I would plant them in the sunniest spot in the backyard
Samantha C. says
My kids would love to plant these right outside our patio door.
Summer D says
Everyone in our family plants their own garden each year in our yard. I would split them up between us and we would add it to each of our gardens.
Anna Pry says
I would have to try growing them indoors like you did
Connie Lee says
I would plant them in pots to give them a good start, and then transfer them to my garden.
Melanie S says
We have a garden in our backyard I would plant them there
I would put them in my raised garden beds in my backyard.
I would plant my Miracle-Gro Gro-Ables Seed Podsin my bckyard. They look like so much fun!
I would plant these in pots and put them on my porch.
Michael Grammer says
Likely in our kitchen
I would plant these in pots and put them on my porch.
Teresa C says
I would plant them in pots on my side deck
Margot C says
I put them in these darling pots that I have right on my kitchen windowsill.
Ann B. says
I would put them in my garden by my shed.
I would plant the seed pods in the empty flower boxes I have under several windows at my home.
I would plant them in our backyard
Peggy Johnson says
I would put them on my deck right outside the sunroom
Virginia Rowell says
I would put them in some pots and place them on my deck.
Cheryl B. says
I would plant them in pots and watch how they grow.
These would be a great option for two of my daughters who still are in apts. They could grow some veggies on their balconies!!
Amber Conaway says
I would LOVE to do this! I have a garden next to my house I could put these in!
Angie Bailey says
I’d plant these in my back yard near my fire pit (when it’s made). ~ Angie PreciselyMine
Lauren @ Mom Home Guide says
I’d love to plant some gro-ables in containers on my home’s backyard patio. I love your kitchen garden — adorable!
shelly sawicki lash neuhouser says
I would start them in pots in front of the sliding door in my family room.
michelle Hill says
We need all the help to grow. These look amazing
Stephanie Sloim says
I would love to use these on my deck.
Jan Hammersmith says
I would plant them in my garden