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Scotts makes vegetables easily Gro-able at home

Published: 3 September 2015
Miracle-Gro Gro-ables Seed Pods from Glee exhibitor The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company make growing your own veg easy for everyone - from keen gardeners to first timers.
Scotts makes vegetables easily Gro-able at home
They appeal to gardeners of all levels and make growing accessible and fun, says Scotts.

The unique and exclusive Gro-ables Seed Pod comes with everything needed to start growing - vegetable seed, compost and plant feed. The user just tears off the lid, places the pod into the soil or compost and waters.

The pod is made from sanitised cow manure, which quickly breaks down to release nutrients and allow the roots to grow freely into the soil or compost. It contains coir compost - which helps retain vital seed moisture and protects the seed - plus a six-month controlled-release feed.

This delivers essential nutrients to promote strong root development, gets the young plants off to the perfect start and continues to provide the nutrients they need to establish, grow strongly and crop prolifically.

Six varieties are available - courgette, cucumber, sweet pepper, hot pepper, salad tomato and cherry tomato - each containing specially-selected seed varieties, placed at the correct depth for optimum germination.

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