Our Gro-ables are… Growing: The Easiest Way to Grow Your Garden from Seeds

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Remember a couple of weeks ago when I shared my excitement over the new seed pods from Miracle Gro called Gro-ables?!  I felt like I could finally, really feel successful in growing plants straight from seeds.  I’ve tried before and usually lose more than live, but with the ease of Gro-ables, I was optimistic.

I received my 3 pods just a couple days after my first post.  I was hoping to get a Cilantro pod, so I could make some deliciious homemade salsa, but instead I received Butterhead Lettuce, Basil, and Dill Seed Pods.  No worries – I’ll be scouring Pinterest for some great recipes to use them all!

The pods looked just like the pictures, simple and ready to go straight in the ground.  Each Gro-ables has a paper top which lets you know every thing you need to know about the veggie or herb you’re going to grow.  Perhaps my favorite part of Gro-ables is the fact that I can’t mess it up.  All I have to do is stick the pod right into the ground – not covering with any extra dirt – and water it.  The seeds are already at the right depth and ready to grow!

I know you want to know how my precious little Gro-ables are doing, right!?  Well, I planted them inside just a day or two after I received them.  I planted inside because we were still having a couple of cold nights so I didn’t want to take any chances.  And the first little sprout of green that came up got Sophia SO excited.  I have to say, it did me too!

After just 2 weeks of growing, we’re well on our way to some fabulous Basil herbs and Lettuce Leaves!

Want to learn even more about how Gro-ables work?  Watch the video below to get the full scoop.  Then, check out Sprout It where you can find tons of ideas on how to lay out your Gro-ables in your garden, like this Gro-ables Salad & Herb Inspiration Garden!

What are you growing in your garden this year?

Do you have a fabulous recipe that you’d like to share that will go great with my Lettuce, Dill, and Basil plants?  Leave it in a comment below!

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  1. I've looked at these over and over in the store, but was unsure about taking the plunge. Thanks for the great info- we'll definitely try them out.

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