At Miracle-Gro, a garden is more than plants. We believe it's a chance to connect with our communities, improve our environment, and help you make the most out of your piece of the earth. We're in pursuit of a greener world that benefits everyone, and we make it our purpose to help you GroMoreGood™ in your garden and beyond.

Kids today spend less time outside than any other generation. That's why, in collaboration with the Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation, we're committed to bringing the powerful benefits of gardening and outdoor play to 10 million kids by 2023. It's also why we're working to reduce our environmental impact, ensure a responsible supply chain, and foster a more engaged and diverse workforce—we want to make sure this generation, and the next, has a world of safe green spaces to come. Learn how we GroMoreGood.

Giving Back at Scotts Miracle-Gro

Many of our associates enjoy growing good for their communities, as well as each other. Both in the garden and outside of it, here are some of the ways the ScottsMiracle-Gro team takes care of others.

  • Our associates grow fresh food in the Associate Gardens at our Marysville, Ohio campus to give to local food pantries. To date, we’ve donated over 38,000 pounds of produce.
  • Our associates use their annual paid day off to volunteer in community gardens, build houses, mentor students, or beautify their communities, among other causes.
  • We find common ground in associate-led groups, including the Scotts Women’s Network, Scotts Black Employees Network, Scotts Veterans Network, Scotts Young Professionals, and GroPride.


Ends childhood hunger through programs that provide kids with the food they need.

By 2023, Gro More Good will provide up to 4.5 million* nutritious meals to children in need. We’re also donating Miracle-Gro Twelve Indoor Growing Systems to add more fresh food to children’s meals at grantee organizations across the country.


Serving as the voice for one million at-risk children, the National Head Start Association advocates on behalf of Head Start and the early childhood education community.

Our work together provides select preschools with edible gardens and equips high-need families with home garden kits in food desert communities. We’re also providing instructive workshops and webinars to educate children, their families, and teachers on gardening skills to carry for a lifetime.

Miracle-Gro & Healthy Kids

Gardening gives kids the skills they need to turn their piece of earth into whatever they dream it to be. We work with several organizations—No Kid Hungry (NKH), National Head Start, and Kids Gardening—to help fight hunger while empowering the youth to grow their own food. Our student-designed Harvest Donation Bag, made in collaboration with NKH, encourages home gardeners to join the effort by filling the tote with extra produce to distribute within their local community.

Miracle-Gro & Our Environment

As gardeners, we care about protecting the very earth we dig in. We’re proud to be the nation's largest recycler of green waste, annually redirecting 5 billion pounds from landfills, and are committed to reaching 145 million Americans through environmental partnerships by 2025.

Together, Let’s GroMoreGood

Alongside our Foundation, each Scotts Miracle-Gro brand works to GroMoreGood™. That means encouraging kids to enjoy the outdoors, designing products that help support a greener world, and making a positive impact on the communities in which we operate.

“It's important for children to understand where their food comes from. To be able to put food on the table that they grew? That's exciting for a child. It gives them a sense of accomplishment, of pride.”

— Tonya Langston, Head Start teacher