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2012 April

Archive for April, 2012

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

Anyone that knows me understands that gardening and growing plants isn’t exactly my forte. Every spring I head home from the garden center with every intention of having lovely potted plants scattered about my deck and hoping my garden will be the envy of all my neighbors. But it never quite turns out that way.

My plants usually start out looking okay. They grow, they bud a little bit, and they usually even bloom (well…sort of). But as summer rolls along, my pots start to look rather sad, filled with plants that are spindly and anemic-looking. I know I should feed them…I know.  But being the lazy gardener that I am, I usually just pretend I don’t notice how really bad they look.  I mean, mixing powdered fertilizer and water together is such a chore. And it never fails that the when I scoop that harsh chemical stuff out of its box, it ends up burning a cut on my hand or stains my fingers blue.

Well this year is going to be different because I’ve discovered Whitney Farms® 100% natural plant foods and soils with no additives, nothing artificial — just ingredients from the Earth designed to give me (and you!) big, beautiful flowers and veggies. And why do I know I’ll love it? Because their organic soil is made from all natural ingredients and will actually feed my plants for up to 2 months. It also contains naturally occurring microbial activity and enhances nutrient availability.

Organic Plant Food

And my pots and gardens are going to be so pleased when I feed them with Whitney Farms® organic plant food.  I can’t wait to finally have a lush beautiful garden. And using Whitney Farms® organic plant food assures me that I’m not adding any harsh chemicals to my soil…which is pretty important to our family because we live near a chain of lakes wildlife area and want to use products that are as safe as possible for the environment.

Whitney Farms® has 25+ years of leading gardening experience and has improved their products to have:

  • Low to no dust
  • No manure odor
  • Easy to apply
  • Contains beneficial microbes
  • Specially designed protein-based blends provide your plants with both macro and micronutrients they need to grow and thrive

And want to hear some awesome news? Whitney Farms® is offering a $3 off coupon so you can try it for a bargain price!  So with all of these benefits, this year my flowers are going to look like this (my neighbors are going to be so jealous).

Why don’t you make your neighbors jealous, too?

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