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I love gardening. I love that I can plant a seed and something grows. I think as fall comes, sometimes it’s easy to think that gardening is done. But it’s really not! There are so many things that you can still grown in the fall. A lot of the early spring plants can also grow in the fall. One of my favorites is Cilantro.
Cilantro can be planted 6-8 weeks before your first expected frost date. One way to help your cilantro grow healthier and more abundantly is to use Miracle Grow.
I love using Miracle Grow Liquafeed on my garden all summer long! It’s really easy to use – just as easy as watering, in fact!
Acutally, Miracle Grow is a huge wealth of information on gardening! They have a website dedicated to all kinds of Fall gardening fall gardening! Did you know that fall is the best time to plant blubs, trees and shrubs?
And Miracle Grow can help you with that! They even have a Miracle-Gro Facebook page where fellow gardeners can share tips and stories. So, here’s your chance to Find beauty in the Fall!
Since we’re talking about Fall Gardening, I wanted to show you how to freeze all of that fall cilantro so you can enjoy it all winter! I came across a recipe on Pinterest here and decided to give it a try. I doubled the recipe and slightly altered it. And I think it’s delicious!
Here’s what you need:
4 handfuls of cilantro
5 cloves garlic
1/2 cup lime juice
1/2 cup olive oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
And this is really so easy to do. Just put all of the ingredients in a blender or food processor and mix.
Then pour it all into ice cube trays and pop it in the freezer.