From Raised Bed Gardens to Planted Pots, I’m going to try it all & make it Organic with Whitney Farms.

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So for the past three years I was fortunate enough to have enough of a backyard to plant a large raised bed vegetable garden. I planted various lettuces, tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, peppers, and onions. I grew everything from organic seeds and therefore kept all my fertilizers and bug repelents organic. 

This year we just moved into a condo that has a pretty decent sized back yard. The difference here is that per the condo guidelines I can only keep plants in pots. So, no facny compost from my husbands family garden nursery this year. I will have to buy soil this year and take matters into my own “green thumb”.Advertisement

I was excited to learn about Whitney Farms® which carries an extensive line of 100% natural plant foods and soils with no additives, nothing artificial, just ingredients from the Earth the way mother nature intended. I will be able to grow big, beautiful flowers and vegetables with the help of their organic soil and organic plant food.  They have been around for over 25 years so I know its a brand I can come to depend on. 

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I only want the best vegetables for my family especially for my 18 month old daughter. I want to grow her the best organic veggies I can and Whitney Farms will help me to do so. I am even more excited this year to grow my garden becuase Gabriella is of age where she can be my garden helper and with that it is reassuring to know that their products have low to no dust and no manure oder. This Mama won’t have to worry about her toddler inhaling anything toxic. 

You too can try Whitney Farms® products with a $3.00 coupon! 

Happy planting! 

 

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About Candice

Candice is a mom of three under 5. Originally from the smallest state of Rhode Island, now living in Connecticut. From working gal to stay-at-home mom, she is walking the path of the Modern Mom.

Comments

  1. So does this mean you can grow organic veggies in planters and pots?

    I'm looking to grow organic foods but our back yard is basically all rock.

    • Yes! Absolutely! I am growing organic peppers, tomatoes, lettuces, and tons of herbs all in pots this year! Stay tuned for my first post on my potted garden. 🙂

  2. I missed gardening so much, now in our new place we can't but we did all organic too!

  3. I need to do more with organic plants and foods. I have always been awful at gardening, but we try and buy organic when we can. Thanks for sharing!

  4. We are doing container growing this year for the first time and a bit overwhelmed by the prospect. 🙁 Thanks for the info!

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