Tomato Experiment Take 2: Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food

June 8, 2012

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whitney Farms for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
I've tried to grow food gardens in the past. One year in college I made about 200 individual tomato plants from seeds and paper cups. When I went to take them off my window sills they slipped and tumbled to the carpet in a muddy sloppy mess. Ever since then I quit trying. But I still dream of a time when I have flourishing tomato plants that come every summer and that provide sweet and salty fruit.
This year I covered our front flower beds with river rocks to eliminate having to deal with the weeds. But we still have a side flower bed that would be perfect for a little vegetable/herb garden. So I bought a couple tomato plants and planted them using Whitney Farms® Tomato and Vegetable organic plant food.
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Immediately I noticed that using Whitney Farms® organic plant food there was no manure odor and no dust. And I love that what I'm using is organic soil, hoping that it will help my tomatoes to grow extra sweet. Did you ever notice how store bought tomatoes almost NEVER taste as rich as homegrown? I'm guessing it has something to do with using only soil derived from plant and animal sources.

If you'd like to try using organic as well, try Whitney Farms organic plant food with their $3 off coupon.
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BlubabesCreate said... Best Blogger Tips

After seeing Dana's garden, I'm right in the middle of making my own garden come hell or high water.

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