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How to Create a Salsa Garden

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am a fanatic when it comes to salsa. I could eat it every single day of my life, so when it comes time to plant my garden, I always make sure to create one little area that I label my Salsa Garden. Want to know how to create a salsa garden of your own? Check out my ideas below!

To create a salsa garden, you will need the following plants:

  • Roma Tomatoes
  • Green Onions
  • Red or white onions
  • Jalapeno plant
  • Cilantro

Now that you have your plants, find a spot in your yard and build your garden. For me, I prefer the raised garden bed, but you can just plant them right into the ground.

If you need some inspiration or ideas for your salsa garden, or any other type of project, check out The Gro Project.

Miracle-Gro’s The Gro Project is here to help out! The Gro Project helps us “garden newbies” with fun garden projects. They are not complicated or hard to do!

Miracle-Gro wants to simplify gardening for a whole new class of gardeners and show that it can be easy, fun and enjoyable!

Gardening is just one of those things that I love to do with my daughter. She is a major green thumb — she was born with it. Me? Not so much. I can take ALL the help I can get. That is why I love Miracle-Gro and The Gro Project.

Here at my home, we have SO many ideas we want to incorporate and are trying to do just that, but it is a work in progress. We will eventually get it there.

OH — don't forget! Be sure and keep your plants fed with Miracle-Gro LiquaFeed All Purpose Plant Food. This makes ALL the difference in the world with your salsa garden 🙂

When you get your salsa made, call me up and let me know! I would love to share a bowl with you and chat about our kids.

Have you ever raised a garden? What is your favorite garden project?

 

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