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Last HSN Showtimes of the Season

There are just a few more chances to catch Spray-N-Grow being featured on HSN. With the shows coming to a close, there are sure to be some AMAZING deals being offered! Be sure to tune in: July 5 at 2 pm ET & July 12 at 9 am and 3 pm ET to take advantage of all the great promotions HSN will be having for your favorite gardening product: Spray-N-Grow!

Added by Spray-N-Grow Marketing on July 3, 2013 at 2:13pm — No Comments

Neem oil and spray and grow

I was just wondering if I use neem oil will it interfere with spray and grow and Bills prefect blend soaking into my plants

Added by Gail wells on July 1, 2013 at 12:29pm — No Comments

So sad...

I rarely do anything to harm beneficial insects but this image still made me feel incredibly guilty! Consider planting a sanctuary of flowering plants and trees to attract more bees, and above all be careful when using pesticides so that you won't kill off these poor…

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Added by Heather on May 28, 2013 at 1:30am — No Comments

Spray-N-Grow: User friendly!

I wanted to send a shout out to the wonderful team at Spray-N-Grow, as well as all the new gardeners signing up for the community! Why the special note? Because I just received another surprise package in the mail containing a complimentary bottle of S-N-G along with the new Summer 2013 catalog, again featuring a photograph of my Jackmanii Clematis (see bottom photo). And the best part was the lovely note saying the free gift was as thanks for uploading…

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Added by Heather on April 26, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Contest

The day I was to leave on vacation I recieved a box in the mail from Spray-n-Grow with this beautiful camera. I was able to play with it and take a lot of beautiful pictures of my vacation. When I returned home another box was waiting with this framed cover of my picture on the Spray-n-Grow catalog. Thank You so much, Melanie, Natalie, Juanita, Nina, and Jessica.…

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Added by Keets on February 26, 2013 at 2:12pm — 1 Comment

Free Spray-N-Grow 8 oz. with ANY purchase!

For the first time ever … drum roll …  get a FREE Spray-N-Grow 8 oz. with any purchase!  It’s our thank you to our Facebook friends and loyal followers.  And you can share the link to this special offer with your family and friends.  Place your order now!…

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Added by Natalie on February 22, 2013 at 5:05pm — No Comments

HSN Kicks off the 2013 Garden Season

Watch Mr. Bill & Melanie as they help HSN kick off a new gardening season with Spray-N-Grow.

 Lawn & Garden Season Premiere Shows are Friday February 15th at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm EST.  Check out those Spray-N-Grow pictures!

Added by Natalie on February 14, 2013 at 3:59pm — No Comments

HSN Kciks Off 2013 Garden Season

HSN Kicks off the 2013 Garden Season

Watch Mr. Bill & Melanie as they help HSN kick off a new gardening season with Spray-N-Grow.

 Lawn & Garden Season Premiere Shows are Friday February 15th at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm EST.  Check out those Spray-N-Grow pictures!

Added by Natalie on February 14, 2013 at 2:09pm — No Comments

I Love Free Stuff--Don't You?

 

Order today from Spray-N-Grow and get a FREE Garden Trug. We love ours—use it for everything from gathering vegetables to mixing GroBrics.  Our college daughter even uses hers for a laundry basket! Check it out by clicking the link.

http://www.spray-n-growgardening.com/emails/8021313/index.html

 

Added by Natalie on February 13, 2013 at 5:04pm — No Comments

Weather--It's All Relevant

Weather is strange and affects us all differently.  In a country as large as the United States, we have it all--weather wise. We all hear a word like “cold” or “hot” and think completely different things.  I mean, when I think cold, I think anything below 60°F.  My cousins in Illinois probably think cold means closer to freezing and I’m sure some of you think it isn’t really cold until the thermometer reaches 0!

Of course, hot is the same way.  I’ve been to places in the summer that…

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Added by Natalie on February 11, 2013 at 11:56am — 1 Comment

Weather--It's All Relative

Weather is strange and affects us all differently.  In a country as large as the United States, we have it all--weather wise. We all hear a word like “cold” or “hot” and think completely different things.  I mean, when I think cold, I think anything below 60°F.  My cousins in Illinois probably think cold means closer to freezing and I’m sure some of you think it isn’t really cold until the thermometer reaches 0!

Of course, hot is the same way.  I’ve been to places in the summer that…

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Added by Natalie on February 11, 2013 at 11:53am — No Comments

Oops! Technology Got the Best of Us

Some of you may have noticed that we shared many new blogs on the SNG Blog a few days ago. You may have also noticed that some of them are from 2010-2012. To be honest, technology got the best of us and we’ve just recently made some ‘program discoveries’.  The good news is that now we know how to upload all of the blogs so everyone can see them. 

We hope you will share some of your garden stories, successes and even short comings.  As my parents always told us, “we learn from our…

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Added by Natalie on January 31, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments

Are you ready to get started on this year's garden? So am I!

Spun fabric row covers are an easy way to enjoy earlier harvests and longer growing seasons.  Adding up to six degrees of retained daytime warmth, these helpers let you start frost tolerant edibles like beets, broccoli, chard, chives, lettuces, peas, onions, radishes, sage and spinach outdoors several weeks before your region’s last frost date.

Stretch the season on both ends with a variety of garden products and approaches, in late winter for an early jump start and in the fall to…

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Added by Melanie Lyon on January 25, 2013 at 2:34pm — No Comments

Soil

We all dig around in the soil.  It’s who we are as gardeners.

But what is in it?  I am not an expert or soil scientist, but I am fascinated by all of the stuff in the soil.  Where we live, we have sandy soil, but really more sand than soil.  My grandparents lived in Southern Illinois near the Kaskaskia River and their soil was black and rich.  I’m sure it was full of beneficial bacteria and mycorrhiza and all kinds of wonderful worms and microbes.  Whenever we go hiking…

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Added by Natalie on August 28, 2012 at 3:53pm — No Comments

Sharing

Gardeners are sharers.  Have you ever known a gardener that wasn’t willing to share a cutting, an idea or a basket of vegetables?  I haven’t.

Maybe it’s the fresh air or the dirt under our fingernails, but we gardeners love to share stories and ideas, plants and seeds and of course, expertise.  Maybe there’s a little bit of bragging about the biggest pumpkin, juiciest tomatoes or sweetest oranges, but we like to tell stories of our success and even our failures.

In many garden…

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Added by Natalie on May 4, 2012 at 10:10am — No Comments

Smells in the Garden

My husband loves to garden.  He grows a lot of flowers, landscape plants, container plants and vegetables.

We have some camellias blooming that are beautiful, but are also amazingly fragrant. We can’t walk past them without stopping to smell the newest blooms. We also have some jasmine growing along the fence in the backyard. When it’s blooming, I love working in that part of the yard, just because of the scent. Although we don’t have acidic soil, we love gardenias, so we have several…

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Added by Natalie on April 27, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments

County Extension Agents and Land Grant Colleges

Farmers and gardeners all across the US have access to assistance from their county extension agents and their Land Grant Colleges and universities.

Both programs, as well as agricultural experimental stations, were enacted and funded by the US Congress in the late 1800’s and remain a large part of the budget of the US Department of Agriculture.  I won’t bore you (or entertain you) with the historical details, but rest assured, the programs have been around for a long time!

As…

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Added by Natalie on March 30, 2012 at 3:18pm — No Comments

A New Garden

 

I think most of us simply want to spend more time in the garden.  That is certainly a good plan, but what about something new? Here are some great ideas for this spring.  Maybe it will make you think a little harder about doing something different in your patch this year.

  1. Grow more edibles.  If you have always grown only flowers and landscaping, maybe this is the time to try a few vegetables or herbs.

 

  1. Plant a tree. If you’ve never planted a…
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Added by Natalie on February 20, 2012 at 5:11pm — No Comments

Tomatoes and 100 plus heat

Hello, New on this board. My dad is a professional grower and works 40 acres, he has used S&G for years and told me in this heat we all endured this summer to only apply S&G only...no Co-Co Wet or Perfect Fertilizer as it will burn the foliage

I guess he's right as his plants were over head high and mine suffered and lost the bottom half of their leaves, any comments and experiences are appreciated. 

Added by Leland Shanks on October 17, 2011 at 4:44pm — 1 Comment

Lee's Tomato's

I would like to know more about you good looking tomato crop. How did you do it ? 

Added by Debbie J Davis on May 30, 2011 at 2:53pm — No Comments

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