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Miracle-Gro Kids Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse Giveaway

Back in May, I shared our Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse by Miracle-Gro Kids review.  We had so fun planting the kit together as a family!  Our big garden took over and then I went and broke my leg & ankle, so sadly, our kit just didn’t make it.  It started growing well and then was abandoned by it’s owners, unfortunately.  Poor Mickey Mouse.  The fun we had and the memories I have of the kids, Justin, & I working on it make it totally worth it though.  We’ll definitely try again next year and hope for a quieter, less stressful summer.

The Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse from Miracle-Gro® Kids comes with easy to follow instructions, a guide for planting and transplanting, a cool “Gro-Chart” to track each plants growth, and other learning information.  You receive everything you need- just add water.

Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse by Miracle-Gro Kids

Not only did I get to share our experience with you, but now I get to share a Miracle-Gro Kids kit with one lucky winner!  This is a Rafflecopter giveaway. If you are reading this via e-mail or feed, please click over to enter. Please allow sufficient time for the form to load. Thank you!

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We received the Disney Mickey Mouse Greenhouse from Miracle-Gro® Kids free of charge.  All thoughts and opinions (and cute kids) remain my own, as always.



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  • We always try and grow a garden every year and usually do pretty well, but with the extream heat and no rain that Arkansas has had this year our garden didn’t really make any good veggies but it was fun letting my 4yr old help get the plants started early this spring.

  • My kids love to help out in the garden. My youngest especially loves tomatoes, so we put a grape tomato plant in its own container. Every day he walks by to pick and eat the tomatoes that are growing on the plant.

  • I do have a big garden that came with my house, but the previous lady composted all her weeds, and then put that on the garden as soil….yeah I have a very beautiful weed/grass garden that I can’t keep fruits and veggies growing in. My oldest loves helping me!

  • I am new to gardening this year and am definitely still learning. I am looking forward to getting my daughter more and more involved as she grows. 🙂

  • My daughter loves nature and growing things. She grew a thriving tomato plant that produced tomatoes from seeds. It was so rewarding.

  • I do enjoy doing it and about 2 years ago my daughter started gardening with me. She is better et it then I am lol

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  • my daughter is little young to garden just yet, but she loves digging in the dirt! I love gardening!

  • We planted one little tomato plant this year, but we’re enjoying the tomatoes so much we plan to plant more next year.

  • I plant a garden every year, although I wouldn’t say I have a green thumb. My kids love to help me plant the seeds and watch them sprout and grow.

  • We grow Sunflowers each summer, the really tall ones. My daughter loves it! JB wants to start a vegetable garden this year, so we will see if that happens. I hope so!

  • This year we planted a full garden for the first time in a very very long time. My son helped to plant the tomatoes.

  • I used to grow a beautiful garden in Iowa, still trying to figure out the Texas soil and climate, but when I garden my kids help and are always excited to see things grow

  • We live in a condo so there really isn’t any gardening opportunities, however, my mother loves growing vegetables and my kids are often found helping her out with the tomatoes and yellow squash!

  • I enjoy it but haven’t had any time since having my kids… My son loves to dig though, so he’d probably be a huge helper!

  • I don’t have much of a green thumb but always try to work with flowers every year. My kids enjoy trying to grown their own flowers and vegetables. It doesn’t work out so well but they enjoy the experience. Thanks.

  • My son loves to garden, he is in charge of pulling weeds, mixing the soil to prepare it for planting and picking out flowers, plants and herbs and veggies. He loves it!

  • I would like to start a garden again next spring. I have tried twice and it didn’t go well either time. .maybe the third time will be a charm.

  • I am a new comer to gardening. I have had success with a couple plants this year and only lettuce as my vegetable. I am a recent suburbanite so gardening is brand new. My older daughter helps with watering-which she loves!

  • I started a garden at the beginning of this summer, but I don’t have the greenest thumb. I got a few tomatoes from them before they both died. My son helps me water it and pull weeds!

  • I can’t grow anything, not even mold, so I’m trying to encourage my niece & nephews, hoping my mother’s green thumb will skip a generation 🙂


  • we get all our tomatoes from my mom and make lots of salsa to last us the year..
    my husband did a garden this year but it was a flop-hardly nothing
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  • I have a green thumb. My family loves to plant a garden each year, including tomatoes, bell peppers, squash, beans and corn.

  • I do not have a green thumb but I keep trying. I love it when my daughter says “look mom, my plants are growing!”

  • We love to garden! We plant tons of veggies and can’t wait til fall when we get to reap our harvest! My son enjoys playing in the dirt more than anything.

  • The area we live in does not get a lot of sunlight. We tried to do a garden as a family last year and it failed 🙁 We put in some herbs this year and they are doing very well. The kids and i and my boyfriend love tending to the greenery and herbs in the yard as a family thing. My kids would LOVE this giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity

  • This is my 3rd year of having a vegetable garden. It has gotten better each year but still had a lot of room for improvement. My son loves to help me plant the seeds and go out and pick the vegetables.

  • I used to be a gardner and I loved doing it, but it just doesn’t seem like I have the time anymore.

  • My 5 year old knows more about gardening than I do for real. She is always out there with her dad helping him in the garden.

  • my son and i have been having a blast this summer with the tomatoes we planted, he loves to feed and water them, and eat them when they are ripe!

  • For the last two years we have planted a small garden. My boys love picking the beans and peppers.

  • I tend to kill everything, next year we will be attempting again. But this winter our daughter will be growing stuff inside for schooling.

  • My daughter definitely has more of a green thumb than I do! She always reminds me to water the plants.

  • I’m learning! I think my garden did well this year and my son was so proud of everything. He was such a great helper planting everything!

  • We live in Chicago (small yard), yet we manage to grow Pumpkins every year. They are surprisingly easy to grow, and people are AMAZED to hear we grow our own!

  • We have a large garden which my boys avoid — mom might ask them to weed. 🙂

  • I don’t even have a yard right now but maybe I will have a green thumb soon when I move out of an apartment.

  • I do not have a green thumb, but my four year old has been showing major interest lately, so I need to work on my gardening skills so she can learn how 🙂

  • I do not have a green thumb, I tend to over water. But my husband is pretty good at it. I would love to teach and show my boys how to grow things. We have gotten some small pots and some seeds and out of 4 only one has grown a little. And my boys love Mickey Mouse.

  • We plant a garden every year. My daughter loves to help water the garden and give our plants their plant food. (as my daughter loves to say. )

  • I am a really bad gardener, but my husband’s niece is better. She has three children and this would be a great learning tool for them.

  • I love gardening and have many gardens..but since being diagnosed with lyme disease after being bitten by a tick december 1st it has sort of taken all the fun out of it. Now I spend more time checking myself for ticks than actually gardening 🙁
    my advice is to make sure you check yourself for ticks to be safe and wear repellant 🙂

  • We used to rent and had a big back yard – we had a huge garden full of yummy veggies! We just bought a house two months ago and our yard is very small (plus we have two dogs)…we are trying to figure out how we can still grow veggies next year

  • I’ve got a green thumb but haven’t done any gardening/growing up plants in a super long time. Would love to get the little one started with it. thanks

  • I have a black thumb, but this looks very cute and I’d like to give it a try.


  • My nephew loves Mickey (Mick!) and lives in a townhouse with no room for a garden. This would be a great gift for him!

  • We have a vegetable garden every year and the whole family helps with planting, weeding and then picking the fresh vegetables. We all look forward to it every year. I think I am the only one in the family who does not have a green thumb!
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