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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Whitney Farms: Continue to Feed, Nurture and Enhance Your Love of Gardening

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

My husband and I have been planting a vegetable and flower garden every year for the past 10 years and last year, our garden took a beating thanks to hurricane Irene. This year we are totally redoing our garden and hopefully, it will be bigger and better than ever!

We have been looking into Whitney Farms® organic gardening products for our garden this year because we want to ONLY use organic products which are healthier for us and our environment. Whitney Farms sells organic soil and organic plant food, both of which we need to purchase so that our garden will be healthier and fuller this year.

Whitney Farms has been leading the gardening field for the past 25+ years by offering organic soil and organic plant food that contains no additives in it. This is something we are wanting to use this year for sure! You can get the goodness of gardening, naturally, when you use Whitney Farm's gardening products.

Some of the things that interests us with this line of gardening products are:

* low to no dust
* no manure odors
* easy to apply and use
* contains beneficial microbes
* specially designed protein-based blends that give your plants both the micro and macro nutrients that they need to thrive.

Since hurricane Irene went through late last summer our soil and yard has been a royal mess. Hubby finally got it all cleaned up and we have started working the soil to get ready for planting next month. I think going with an all organic soil and all organic plant food would really help us get back our great garden that we once had. I know it will take a lot of work but with Whitney Farms help, I think we can do it!

Right now you can get a $3.00 off money-saving coupon from Whitney Farms web site, so head on over there today and claim yours before they are gone. It's a great way to try their products by saving some money in the process.

In a few weeks I will make another blog post to let you all know how our garden is coming along.

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