Monday, May 21, 2012

Going Organic With Whitney Farms®

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whitney Farms for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
As you know I've been deperately trying to get everyone and everything in order before the baby gets here. One area that I've been neglecting is our garden (I'd show you a picture, but I'm too embarassed by it's current state), but I am DETERMINED to get it up and running in the next few weeks. I will be so sad if I have a summer without fresh tomatoes and basil!!! Seriously, nothing tastes better than fresh picked veggies and herbs!
I NEED to see this out our back window this summer:
 I've mentioned before that we decided as a family to eat and live organic as much as possible. It can get expensive but we try our best and I fully believe that some things (like meat and poultry) taste much, much better when they are raised/grown organically.

That's why I am so excited to tell you about Whitney Farms®
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They have a great line of  organic plant food and organic soil. I'm really excited to try their Toamato and Veggetable Food
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You may remember how I had some "issues" with some of my tomato plants last year. Despite planting about 8 tomato plants, only 3 really gave me edible tomatoes. I'm hoping that by giving them some organic food this year we can have a better crop! My basil will be so lonely without fresh tomatoes by it's side!

So check out Whitney Farms® they have a $3-off coupon on their website they you can use on any of their organic products. You know I'll be using my coupon! Thanks Whitney Farms®!

Happy Planting!

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