Monday, May 28, 2012

Gardening naturally with Whitney Farms plant foods and soils

This post brought to you by Whitney Farms. All opinions are 100% mine.

Gardening is my new hobby and for me is a family fun activity which toddlers can participate too! Yes my little Chloe who is now 4 years old loves to help me around the garden, which is why as early as possible I want to teach her the proper way of growing fruits and vegetables. Since I am not an expert gardener I get a lot of tips from my sister who has a farm about seeding and caring for plants.

Anyway, she recommends that I would only use organic plant food to grow my fruits and vegetables mainly because I am growing those fruits and vegetables for personal consumption. The organic plant food that she has recommended is called Whitney Farms. I was told that this plant food is specially designed protein-based blends which provide plants with both macro and micronutrients. The formula also contains beneficial microbes, is low to no dust, easy to apply and best of all no manure odor! Perfect if you got children or even toddlers that want to get involved in gardening activities.

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By the way, you can get a $3 off coupon for Whitney Farms plant food and organic soil; all you have to do is clink on this Whitney Farms® link and sign up to get an instant coupon download! I have just got my coupon and I think it is a great way to start. Enjoy the coupon and have a lovely day!

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I have here a photo of my small organic garden, the green grown thing you can see on the photo are tomatoes and next to that I have sown seeds of lettuce, peas and beans. Like I said, I am new to gardening but I have a positive feeling that my plants would grow without any problems!    


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