Apr 30, 2012

Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food in my Vegetable Garden

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

For me, gardening is a hobby that is very rewarding especially when I ate the fruit of my labor. Organic fruits and organic vegetables are healthy and it will be expensive when you buy it from a special store. But, the most inexpensive way to enjoy organic produce is make a garden at home. My little helper is Whitney Farms®, an organic plant food which I can rely on for a healthy vegetables in my garden. 

To have a healthy vegetable and blooming flower bead gardens, it boils down to the soil. If the soil of your garden is sandy and it does not hold water much, your plants will eventually dehydrated and ultimately die. But, if you add an organic soil, it helps your plants grow healthy because it contains beneficial microbes.

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Whitney Farms organic plant food is a protein-based blend with micro and macro nutrients responsible to make your plants grow beautiful and healthy. This organic plant food is so easy to apply too. If you hate manure application on your vegetable and flower gardens, switch to the Whitney Farms products today.

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