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Lean Green Grass Growing Machine!

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

Now that spring is here, its coming in total full force. We are talking 85 degree weather one day and torrential rain the next. Basically, perfect weather to get grass fed, growing, ready for summer picnics and certain little boys learning to walk. One thing I cannot stand in my yard is weeds. Every year we fertilize the yard, do our best to make it healthy and strong so we can enjoy the lush green grass the rest of the season.

This year is no exception! As I showed you a few weeks ago, my yard was looking seriously rough around the edges from a long winter. Weeds had taken over in one area and patches of dead yard in the other.

So this year we tested out the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System

Here, let me show you how it works.

As someone who rarely does yard work, even I say it’s very simple.

1) Take out the Scotts Fertilizer Spreader unit:

2)  Read Directions….Ok, maybe you don’t have to do that part, but we do.

3) Snap your chosen fertilizer in place and go!




4) The system comes with a guard to keep fertilizer from being spilled in places like your drive way when you are edging (or your neighbors yard)


5) Admire my yard guy aka spouse!


Chris said that he already uses a Scotts fertilizer unit and different fertilizer every year, but he loved this system because the spreader had great reach and it was even easier to use. I suggested he use our extra to do the neighbors yard and he said he was gonna keep it. HA!


A few things to note as you do this yard this year. This fertilizer is pet and kid friendly, which really eases my mind when we are out this week.

And when you remove the pack from the unit, it self seals, so you don’t have to worry about losing valuable fertilizer on the garage floor.


Don’t forget that you can WIN this system on MomDot! Just go to our contest here and enter!

Find out more about Snap Perks on Facebook and learn more ways to keep your lawn healthy all year round.


~Trisha Advertisement

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