I miss my hometown and I miss my family. My mother's cooking, although sometimes is salty, is delicious. My siblings' company, though we come to argument sometimes, is fun. My niece and nephews' laughter are the most precious in the world. And my father's vegetable garden, though it is in a very small area, is the source of green, leafy vegetables for our daily meals.
My father was a farmer. When I was little, we have a small farm and my father planted and managed it. Almost all of our daily food source came from the farm. Now that he doesn't own one anymore, my father still keeps a small vegetable garden in the backyard of our house. But with too much heat in the summer, some of his plants do not grow and bear fruit very good. He doesn't have money to buy fertilizers and stuff.
I told him that we have the same problem over here. Summer in Texas is very very hot. Our tomatoes last year did not turn out good. They were cracked. My husband said, from what he read, that it was because of too much water. Well, the soil was very dry. This year, we will try to use Expand ‘n Gro™ planting mix for our garden. It said to be helpful in keeping the moisture in the soil for a longer period so we won't be needing to water the garden more often. I am very excited to start gardening again.
I wonder if I can get a sample for my father to use in his garden. I will try. The video will show us how we can get a sample. Or, just leave a comment in this post telling us your thoughts about Miracle-Gro® Expand ‘n Gro™ Concentrated Planting Mix.