Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Organic gardening with Whitney Farms

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

Remember last year when i had my giant zucchini, and the year before that with my container eggplant

Sadly, only a handful of peppers have ever taken...and maybe that's because of the amount of sun, or the soil, or where i have them placed.  But i'm always on the lookout for something that could make my gardening easier or more fruitful (or veggie-ful, if you will) and now that i've found out about organic soil and organic plant food, i hope to have a better turnout this summer. If eating organically is better for us as humans, why would't it better for our plants and veggies, especially since we will in turn be eating said veggies?

Enter the folks at Whitney Farms®

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With more than 25 years of gardening experience, these guys must surely know their stuff.  The food is easy to apply and contains beneficial microbes and nutrients that your plants need to grow, as well as low to no dust, and no manure odor.

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How are your gardens growing so far?  We came back from vacation to see flowers in bloom, but have yet to start on any veggies.  I think i'm going to do my containers this weekend if it's nice weather.  Fingers crossed!





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1 comment:

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Cool! I will print out the coupon. When I return from Cali I'm hoping to plant some new flowers and herbs! Hugs, Linda