Saturday, May 19, 2012

Getting Down and Dirty in the Yard with Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food

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

It is finally time to start gardening here in Oregon! My seedlings have been ready, but the weather and our free time have finally aligned to get growing. 

Preparing our Garden Spot

This past week we tilled up last year's garden, but I am still not ready to plant my seedlings. Before I do any planting I like to amend the soil. I like my plants to go into the ground with lots of food and the potential to produce all Summer long!

Even though most of our vegetables come from the farm, I still enjoy teaching my children how to grow and experimenting with specialty plants and things we enjoy picking fresh. From Japanese Eggplant to Leeks and herbs, we supplement our meals from our backyard. 

Having invested our time and attention into our backyard crop, I am always striving to find the best mulch and plant food for my plants and my family. If you garden, you know this can be a messy endeavor! 

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What will you be growing this year? Are you a backyard gardener? I love to hear what my fellow gardeners are planting this year. Leave me a note in the comments below. 


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