Friday, May 11, 2012

Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food

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

Spring time is garden time for me! Here is the picture of our flower garden when we live with my father in Mississippi. Did you know that almost every other day, my father and I would go to a garden store and buy garden tools and flowers? And, every morning we are out in the garden just mowing the lawn, planting flowers and picking out weeds. I enjoyed that moment with him.


He showed me how to do gardening the right way and of course, taking care of the flowers and vegetables are easier to grow with the help of organic plant food.

Organic Plant Food

He relies on Whitney Farms® product because it has the ingredients that contain beneficial microbes and it is a 100% natural plant food. It has low dust, no manure odor, easy to apply and best of all; it is designed as a protein-based which is needed for the healthy growth of plants and vegetables.

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Whitney Farms product provides natural plant food that helps the flowers and vegetables thrive healthy. It helps produce happy big flowers and delicious organic vegetables. Do you buy organic food? It is always healthy to eat organic produce because it comes from organic soil with no artificial additives. We enjoyed having an organic tomato from the backyard and it is really rewarding, thanks to Whitney Farms.

For more information, visit the links and try Whitney Farms in your garden.  You can also get the $3 coupon and use it when you purchase Whitney Farms today.

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