April Showers Bring May Flowers with the Help of Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food

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Now that May is finally here I’m looking forward to getting my vegetable garden planted and watching all of my Spring flowers bloom. Getting these plants going has never been a problem, it’s keeping them alive that usually gives me the issues.

I tend to plant things that will maintain themselves with little to no involvement with my brown thumb. However, this year I’m adding a full flower bulbs, some hanging baskets and giving the vegetable garden another go. When looking for plant and vegetable food locally, I’m finding the options to be pretty limited. Fortunately, there’s a great option available with Whitney Farms® organic plant food.

I love that these products are not only organic (a huge plus for me) but they are almost dust-free, there’s no manure odor and very easy to apply. I feel so much better about putting the Organic material back into the Earth.

The little plant food pellets are easy to spread throughout my flower bed, providing essential nutrients for my mums which will be blooming this Fall.

If you’re looking to add nutrients to your garden or incorporate organic soil be sure to download the coupon for $3.00 off Whitney Farms® products.

Also, I’d love to know what you’re planting this Spring!

 

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  1. Oh, no manure smell is a definite plus! I didn’t look closely at the soil I bought for our new raised bed and it had manure in it and the smell was just about unbearable. Love finding new organic brands to use in my garden–thanks for sharing!

    • Oh that smell …. I can sniff manure out from a block away. We avoid using it all costs. When we filled our raised bed garden I bought some black top soil from the river bed, it would have been so expensive to buy bagged organic soil.