Whitney Farms Organic Potting Soil and Plant Food Review

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

Y'all know I've been talking quite a bit lately about planting flowers and a garden.  Well, we have a little garden in the works along with 2 Lily of the Nile plants.  We just need to prepare potted area for them.

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So, when I was offered to write a review for Whitney Farms® Organic Potting Soil and Plant Food I was immediately interested.  Organic sounds perfect for garden of vegetable and herbs, which is just what we bought for our herb garden.  We have basil, rosemary, peppers, strawberries and tomatoes. 

Whitney Farms has been making organic soil, organic plant food for over 25 years.  Their products have no additives, nothing artificial, beneficial microbes, specially formulated protein-based blends that provide your plants with both macro and micronutrients they need to grow and thrive. 

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Ingredients from the Earth and all organic sound wonderful when growing a garden or your home.  For my daughter, keeping additives, pesticides and chemicals out of her diet are a must.  Natural, home-made and fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables for my dinner table kinda make me feel like a super mom!  Wouldn't you feel that way!? 

Alice would also like a wild flower garden.  And the Whitney Farms Organic Potting Soil and Plant Food sound wonderful for that, too. 

​It's the perfect time for us to add Whitney Farms Organic Potting Soil. If you click on their name here Whitney Farms®, you can print a $3.00 off coupon.  I already have my coupon and can't wait to try their potting soil and plant food. 

I'll have to do another post about how our new garden is doing in a few month.  Anyone have any gardening tips for me?  I would LOVE to hear!


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4 thoughts on “Whitney Farms Organic Potting Soil and Plant Food Review”

  1. Good luck with your plants. I planted a bunch of seeds in the beginning of March. They are finally starting to sprout up. Makes me so happy!!

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