Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Going Organic

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

It's a beautiful spring day today so I'm sitting outside enjoying the sunshine. I'm also plotting, that is. I'm not an expert gardener or anything but I really enjoy experimenting and seeing what I can grow.

I always keep a small herb garden with basil, oregano, rosemary, and various other herbs. And I absolutely love tomatoes so those are always a summer garden staple for me. Right now I'm deciding what else I want to plant. I've also decided that I want to make the leap this year and go organic in my garden, so I've been researching organic soil and organic plant food and I think I'm going to go with Whitney Farms®. Their products are high quality, with low dust, no odor, and all of the nutrients that your plants need to survive and thrive. They've also been in business for more than 25 years so I feel like I can trust that even though I don't always know exactly what I'm doing in my garden, they definitely know their stuff.

My goal is to keep learning and experimenting until I can produce a garden full of yumminess like this:

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I can't wait to see what Whitney Farms® products can do for my garden this year! Advertisement There's a $3 coupon available now, so if you're a fellow gardener you should definitely try it out for yourself and see what you think. I'd also love some feedback if anyone has tried Whitney Farms products, or if you just have some gardening tips for me. What are you favorite things to plant in your gardens? How do you keep your garden healthy and happy? Is it important to you that you eat (and grow) organic produce whenever you can?

In the meantime, I'll be here in my yard starting my tomato countdown. Happy spring!

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