Friday, March 11, 2011

groOrganic’s Garden Planner-FREE 30-Day Trial

One of the wonderful things about being a blogger, is that you are able to review products, books, and share your thoughts about pretty much any topic. Through Tomoson, I have been able to review a handful of products here and there, from labels, bikes, breastfeeding, baking and other things. This blog post is about a product that helps you garden...and although I am not a gardener I was able to play with the online program and do a wish garden :)

I was given a FREE 30 Day Trial with the groOrganic’s Garden Planner. An online tool that helps you organize where, what and how to plant your seeds for your garden.

What does the planner include?
groOrganic offers the most up to date gardening design and maintenance software technology. Our Garden Planner:

  • Makes it easy to draw out your vegetable beds, add plants and move them around to get the perfect layout. Either feet and inches or metric units are supported and any shape of garden can be created.
  • Adapts to suit your gardening style whether you use traditional row planting, raised beds or Square Foot Gardening.
  • Adapts to your own area using our database of over 5000 weather stations.
  • Prints your own personalized planting chart showing how many of each plant you require and when to sow, plant and harvest them.
  • Sends email reminders twice a month of what needs planting from your garden plans.
  • How-to videos on using the program and getting the most out of it.  

How much does is cost?There are three different memberships you can have:
a) Seedling Membership (which gives you access to the online program) - $39/year
b) Premium Harvest Membership (which gives you the online program, consulation and more) -  $99/year
c) School Membership (which gives access to more than one user and includes everything in the premium membership) - $139/year

More about the product...
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just type in your zip code and have a gardening program remind you when to plant and when to harvest? Wouldn’t it be great to enjoy the convenience of growing your own produce without the back-breaking weeding of the past?

groOrganic, an innovative company, will provide 'full service' vegetable gardening for people with little time or experience. groOrganic can supply complete raised bed vegetable gardens installed and maintained by professionals or will consult with a client who just needs a little advice.

Although started in California, groOrganic is franchising the concept across the US with great success, enabling rapid growth. “HERE WE gro AGAIN!”

My thoughts on the product...
This innovative online garden organizer seems to be one that any gardener, school or business would love to call their own! I know that there are several schools in and around where I live that promote growing a garden, and teaching young students.

With that said, its seems to be a great organizing tool..but it does seem a little high on the price. I am not sure if I would be willing to pay the costs of such a product - mostly because as a family on one income - we can barely afford to pay our bills each month. I am not sure if such an organizer could be created just by writing/drawing it out on paper format.

Thank you groOrganic for allowing my cousin and I to try out your garden planner! I hope that this post helps promote your product and brings more customers your way :)

For more information email or call 888-9-groOrganic (888-947-6674). Or you can click on any of the links above to learn more about the company & products.

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