Going Organic with Whitney Farms

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


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I finally got around to putting in a raised bed, for a vegetable garden this spring.  When my daughter was born, I seeded grass over my fenced in vegetable garden, so she would have a secure play area.  I now look forward to harvesting fresh tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant and herbs this summer, and thanks to Whitney Farms®, I will have the added piece of mind, that our fresh veggies will be organic.

When people think of organics, the first thing they think of is the omittance of pesticides and other chemicals, but there is more to it than that.  To grow organic food you need organic soil, enriched with natural ingredients.

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My vegetable garden will be getting a boost from Whitney Farms Tomato and Vegetable Food.  The organic plant food was easy to apply, and unlike the composted manure I’ve used in the past, has no odor.  The formula is specially optimized for vegetables and contains beneficial microbes to help plants thrive.  I can’t wait to see my results.

Organic Plant Food

I also received a bag of their general purpose plant food, which I applied throughout my perennial flower beds, and around my trees and shrubs.  Most were put in years ago, and could really use the extra nutrients, I am sure.

Visit Whitney Farms® and grab a $3 off coupon.  You will feel good about keeping it organic, while giving your plants a nutritive  boost.

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  1. Anna Verolia says

    I am trying to feed my family more organic food. I should try a garden this year.

  2. Lara W. says

    I can’t wait to see the results.

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