Planting a Garden?
This post brought to you by Whitney Farms. All opinions are 100% mine.
A girlfriend and I were talking the other day, about how both of us were thinking of starting a garden. Neither of us have a green thumb, but wanted to give our best shot at it anyway. We love to cook and use fresh herbs, but we were buying them. It would be more fulfilling if we grew our own.
As I said neither one of us have a green thumb, but we had our mindset on planting a strictly organic garden. Start with something small, then build on to it is what we have in mind. My small ideal garden would look like one of these.
How Does Your Garden Grow? Well it’s not growing yet, but were on the right track.
We know what we want, and how we want to grow it. Our next stage was finding the right soil, and plant food. I had to run some errands today, so I stopped in my local home and garden store. I had one brand in mind, but didn’t know if The Scotts Miracle Grow Company, had a line of organic products. They do it’s Whitney Farms® and the best part was that they make organic soil and organic plant food, how convenient was that? Organic soil and plant food both made from the same company! I bought a couple of each and texted my friend telling her the good news! We had our organic soil and food, so we could check that off our list.
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I’ve read great things about the soil and plant food, I like how many have said that the soil doesn’t stink. (major gardening turn-off that icky manure smelling) and it’s made from kelp and alpha meal. Oh, another good thing is that the soil actually feeds your plants for up to two months. (an advantage to new gardeners!)
Looks like we’ll be starting our gardens soon, I’ll be sure to share some pictures of us, getting dirty while planting our organic herbal gardens!
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How does your garden grow? Organically ? Do you use a special soil and plant food?
*some images were found on Google