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Check Out My Toyarium!

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Hey Neighbors!
How is everyone doing today?  We are doing great!  Have any of my Neighbors tried any fun garden projects recently?  I was looking at The Gro Project and decided to try the Toyarium.  (For any of you that don't know what that is - it is a resource by Miracle-Gro for new growers to get started!).  We had a lot of fun!
First we gathered everything (a fishbowl-type container - we had one we picked up for a dollar at a thrift store, rocks, potting soil, plants - we used some flowers we had, and toys)!  For our toys we used a castle, a mirror (for a lake), and some dinosaurs (everything we bought at the thrift store for a couple of dollars)!
Then we got started!  Place some rocks in the bottom of the bowl, then decide where you want your plants/flowers and put them and the potting soil in.  After that... just use your imagination!
Okay, I thought this turned out really neat!  What do you think?
Make sure all of my Neighbors check out The Gro Project video that is included below and then go Follow Miracle-Gro on Pinterest.  The Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food would have been great for this project (it is for indoor/container plants/projects).  If you have any ideas for other Toyariums leave a comment and let us know!


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Comments

rubynreba said…
I like this! You made it look easy! I hope to try one soon. I love Miracle Grow products.
Angie Bailey said…
That is so cute! What a fun project. This would look great on my desk at work. : )

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