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Growing Flowers & Veggies

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

I truly love beautiful flowers.

Every spring I plant some annuals and I know that plant food can make a big difference in how well they grow.  Purchasing annuals can be a bit expensive so I want mine to look the best they can be.

~ look how vibrant the colors are of these pretty flowers ~

That's how I want my flowers to look!!

Have you heard of Whitney Farms organic plant food and soils?

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I love that their plant foods and soils are 100% natural ~ no additives or artificial ingredients.  I really like the idea that I won't be adding any synthetic chemicals to our garden.

And this year I really want to try growing my own tomatoes. Homegrown tomatoes are just so yummy!

With the Whitney Farms Tomato and Vegetable Food I don't have to worry about my family consuming harmful chemicals.

Organic Plant Food

Whitney Farms Tomato and Vegetable Food would be a great choice to ensure we end up with an abundance of beautiful and delicious tomatoes.  Once again, nothing artificial, only natural ingredients from the earth ~ love that!

Click below to print a $3 coupon for Whitney Farms organic plant food and soil ~ you can't beat that!

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Give it a try ~ I'm going to!

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  1. AWESOME to know there are good alternatives out there!

    Thanks for the coupie!!!

  2. Hi Joanne! I love the thought of Organic and Natural anything! I can't wait to plant my flowers. Be sure to post pictures or yours so we can see them!


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