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Learn the secret to frugal organic gardening

This post brought to you by Whitney Farms. All opinions are 100% mine.

Most of you know that I've been on a mission to live a cleaner, greener life ever since I found out that I was pregnant with Abby a couple years ago. It's incredibly important to me to be more aware of the foods we eat, the air we breath, and the things that we use. But – there is SO much yucky stuff out there, it is kind of tough to avoid it all! One solution that works for me is to have my own garden, where I can grow a lot of our own fruits and veggies, so that I know at least some of our food is as safe and healthy as can be. Plus, I save a TON of money by growing so much of our food myself – and it really doesn't take that much time.

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One thing that a lot of people don't think about when preparing to grow their own foods is the type of plant foods and fertilers that they'll use to help their plants grow. Many people think that the only thing that matters is what you put on your plants once they're full grown – so they avoid spraying them with pesticides or chemicals once they have fruit on them. But, that's not the only thing to think about! I read an article recently that really reminded me how important it is to use organic soil and organic plant food in my garden – You've probably heard about Colony Collapse, and the disappearance of huge percentages of our honey bee populations, right? Well, one thing that has been found to be a reason for it is pesticide use – but it's from pesticides used on the SEEDS of the plants. These chemicals become part of the plant itself, and get into water droplets on the leaves, which bees then ingest. Crazy, right? I would never have realized that something on the tiny seeds could affect the full grown plant in such a serious way! That's why I'm a big believer in using organic products in my garden like the ones from Whitney Farms®.

Organic Plant Food

You can still garden totally naturally, but get a little boost to help your veggies grow bigger and your flowers bloom brighter by using Whitney Farms products. They are 100% natural, with no additives or artificial junk – just specially designed protein-based stuff that's good for your plants – and your family! I use this to feed my flowers, and I LOVE the Tomato and Vegetable Food too. Most garden's soil needs a little help – and this is the best organic way that I've found to give it a little love. And – since I'm a frugal momma too, I found you a coupon to save a few bucks if you want to try this good stuff too. Visit Whitney Farms® online to print out a coupon for $3 off your next purchase! 


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