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Mister Landscaper Micro-Sprinkler Landscape and Shrub Kit Review and #Giveaway

        It's actually very interesting to me that I acquired my green thumb from my Mother but in a very different way.  She can grow any type of plant or flower better than any one I know whereas I will more than likely kill it.  But when it comes to edible plants, we are the complete opposite!  I can grow food like a pro farmer and her crops are pitiful.


        So obviously, I love to garden and grow tons of edibles each year but because of this, I tend to keep myself very busy throughout the summer.  Every plant is different and requires different kinds of attention.  When you grow as much as I do, it's hard to keep track of the specific care instructions for each type of plant.  It never fails, I forget to water certain plants or over water others and everything goes down hill from there.  They each slowly begin to die or just don't end up the same for the rest of the season.

        Quite a long time ago, my father purchased a self watering drip system for my mom and all her hanging baskets of flowers.  It was something she needed because of the hours it was taking her to water them daily on her own.  It was then, that I first became interested in systems like this.  However, through my own research as well as trial and error, I hadn't found a system that really proved to work well for me.  Plus, to be honest, the drip irrigation my mother used failed miserably at keeping her plants alive as well!

        When I discovered the brand Mister Landscaper, I knew my watering structure was about to change.  Mister Landscaper is "motivated by the desire to give homeowners the ability to water their landscapes and gardens just like professional growers irrigate their nurseries and groves."  Made in the U.S., Mister Landscaper provides a variety of drip irrigation kits and supplies.

        I was sent over the Micro-Sprinkler Landscape and Shrub Kit to review which waters areas up to 250 sq. ft!  Being that we are about to move to an actual farm property with several acres of land, I have big plans for my garden and landscaping this year!  This house has several beautiful beds already in place in the front yard which I plan to move this to as soon as we move.

        This kit comes with everything you need to start your own drip irrigation system like a professional!  50' of tubing connects from your outside water source to 5 micro-spray stakes around your yard.  From each stake you can adjust from half circle spraying to full 180° as well as a variety of spray patterns.  You can also adjust spray distances and intensity!

        Mister Landscaper has thought of every possibility for every gardener's needs all in one kit.  Plus if this isn't what you are looking for they have kits geared towards potted plants and vegetable gardens.  There is even a kit for the bird lover's ultimate bird bath!  I cannot begin to tell you how impressed with how much this kit came with as well as how well it is working for my small scale garden of potted plants temporarily until we move!  This has both lessened the stress I have in caring for my plants several times a day but also helped specify exactly how each individual plant is watered!

Available to purchase/Cost: $31.97 Micro-Sprinkler Landscape and Shrub Kit  
Recommendation:  You know if it is a conscious product for the environment, I'm going to use it.  As far as price goes I think this is beyond reasonable and inexpensive for everything you get in 1 kit! This is a U.S. proudly made product which has our environment in mind constantly!  I am proud to use this myself and excited to expand my kit once I move as well!
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Giveaway:  Mister Landscaper is going to give FIVE of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a Micro-Sprinkler Landscape and Shrub Kit to have of their own!
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14 comments:

  1. We have a flower bed in the front of our house that we planted last year. Before it had pine shrubs and other shrubs that had thorns and just looked terrible. We tore out everything and tilled it all up. We bought about 15-20 perennials of different kinds that looked good and planted them. I had a long sprinkler hose setup in it, but a micro-sprinkler system like this would work much better. We put down weed barrier, but there are a lot of these heavy stalks coming back up through the weed barrier this year. I'm not sure what it is but we might have to take the sawzall and cut the roots out and re do the weed barrier.

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  2. This is my first year with a garden, and I'm looking forward to planting tomatoes - homegrown tomatoes are the best!

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  3. I most enjoy growing fresh cooking herbs. My family and I grow garden vegetables, as well. I never have had a green thumb with flowers, but I may try to grow some this year anyway!

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  4. I would love to win this and use it in my butterfly garden

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  5. I would use this in my garden. It is a little far from the house so have a sprinkler system will make it easier than dragging my hose out to the garden. I had to buy the longest hose possible last year.

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  6. I love growing EVERYTHING. If you make me choose just one, I would go with Tomatoes. I think I like those because I love them :) They are a wonderful addition to any (well maybe not chocolate) recipe. In addition, I like to can, and tomatoes can be canned in so many forms.

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  7. I love growing flowers of all kinds, but I also grow vegetables. I grow onions, garlic, cucumbers, tomatoes and some herbs.

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  8. I have two raised beds for vegetables, an herb garden and a spot for blueberries and strawberries. I also have flowerbeds around all four sides of the house. This would be perfect for the flowerbed in the front of the house, simply because it's the furthest from the hose and I never feel like i'm watering it as well as I should.

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  9. I love growing herbs like basil, parsley, oregano and I also try to grow some tomatoes

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  10. I love to grow cucumbers and tomatoes

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  11. I would probably try this with some strawberry plants

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  12. I would use this on my wife's flower beds. She has a green thumb and is growing all kinds of flowers on our lawn.

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  13. I would use it in my garden bed.

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