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The Miracle-Gro® Kids Windowsill Greenhouse provides an optimal environment for indoor seed starting, as it helps trap the warmth and energy of sunlight that seeds need to germinate. The Windowsill Greenhouse features the Miracle-Gro® Gro-Pod™ system designed to make gardening fun and easy and an illustrated Gro-Chart™ to help kids learn about plant life cycles and photosynthesis. Adult supervision recommended.

Teaching Kids About Gardening

There is a reason I am hosting this giveaway, I firmly believe that every kid needs to learn a bit about gardening. You see, back in the old days my father and uncles were working on the farm, they had chores and they probably learned a thing or two about living off of the land. These days,  everything you need is readily available in the supermarket, all you need to do is hop in the car and drive.

Sadly, many families live in locations where they think it’s impossible to have a garden and in turn their kids are missing out on fresh veggies and beautiful flowers grown by them. There is a sense of accomplishment and pride in growing your own food, herbs and flowers and I think every child {and adult} should experience that feeling.

Today I share with you a chance to win one Miracle-Gro Kids Windowsill Greenhouse, this way no matter where you live you can let your kids experience the fantastic feeling that comes with growing their own mini garden!

Giveaway Rules/Notes -

Giveaway ends at 12:01am EST on 8/26/2012. Open to US, age 18+ only. Enter using the Rafflecopter form below, simply sign in using your email and name or Facebook {this app will not post to your FB wall nor give you any spam}.  Multiple ways to enter, feel free to tweet once per day as a way to enter daily!

Winner will be announced live on site and have an email sent to them directly. Winner has 48 hours to claim prize, if prize not claimed within 48 hours then another winner will be randomly selected.

Here is where you enter –

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Written by brandyellen

Brandy is a born and raised New Hampshire resident who loves to spend extra time laughing & smiling with her three children. Brandy runs multiple blogs & she loves to tweet daily and ramble on Facebook. Author, with her daughter, of Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts Question about this post or something found within it? Read my Disclosure Policy as well as Terms of Use.

This article has 52 comments

  1. Peggy Rydzewski (2 comments) Reply

    No I have not tried these yet but what a nice idea.

  2. Dorothy Doll (3 comments) Reply

    I haven’t tried any of the Miracle Grow kids kits, but i use Miracle Grow all the time.

  3. DeeAnn S (15 comments) Reply

    This window sill greenhouse be be fun for any age! Thanks.

  4. Janet F (98 comments) Reply

    I have not tried Miracle Grow kids line but I use Miracle Grow in my garden.

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  5. joanne major (38 comments) Reply

    i have never tried these because i have never seen them. i would love to have one

  6. Jodi Kershuk (7 comments) Reply

    I’ve never tried miracle grow kids line, but I have used a lot of miracle grow products in the past.

  7. Katharine D (8 comments) Reply

    I use miracle gro in my garden but had no idea they had fun kids products like this. Would love to do this with my boys

  8. Elizabeth Johnson (2 comments) Reply

    This would be fun to have in the winter to watch things grow.

  9. Wendy (17 comments) Reply

    We use miracle grow fertilizer! This is a really cute kit.

  10. Julie Lynn Bickham (15 comments) Reply

    I didn’t even know they made these products. My daughter loves to grow flowers, I will have to get her one of these.

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  12. Kendra Warstler (4 comments) Reply

    We have not tried them before, but would love to.

  13. Jen (98 comments) Reply

    we use miracle grow products in our garden but never had one of these kids products!

  14. Ericka (13 comments) Reply

    I have not tried MIRACLE-GRO® Kids, but I know my daughter would love it. She is always trying to plant her seeds from her apples or any other seed she finds.

  15. Jen R (6 comments) Reply

    I haven’t tried any of the MiracleGro Kids products yet, but they look like a nice educational tool.

  16. Paula Tavernie (38 comments) Reply

    My grandson would love this!!
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  17. Melissa VandenBerg (3 comments) Reply

    I have never tried their kid line! I actually had no idea they had this….what a great giveaway! Thanks

  18. Tara Hill (2 comments) Reply

    I was not even aware of them! I’m going to check them out, though! My boys would love something like this! Thanks!

  19. Nicole C. (54 comments) Reply

    We have not tried them, but my daughter and I have been wanting too!

  20. Sarah Elston Yurga (7 comments) Reply

    I want my kids to be gardeners, unlike their brown-thumbed mother!

  21. kathy pease (171 comments) Reply

    no I have not tried these but they look really cool I love gardening :)

  22. Amy DeLong (73 comments) Reply

    looks like something fun for the kids
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  23. cmsclove (1 comments) Reply

    I have not tried any of the MIRACLE-GRO® Kids lines of products yet but they look great.

  24. Richard Hicks (27 comments) Reply

    I like this and very educational too
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  25. Rosey (973 comments) Reply

    what a perfect and meaningful activity to do with the kids!

  26. Brenda Elsner (6 comments) Reply

    I have not tried any miracle gro kids products yet.

  27. Sand (56 comments) Reply

    No, I haven’t tried anything from the MIRACLE-GRO® Kids line.

  28. bryan e. (9 comments) Reply

    Thanks for the giveaway… we use MIRACLE-GRO in our flower / vegetable garden

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