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Growing up my family always had a large garden. It wasn't ever a question of if we were going to have a garden-it was always a question of how many tomatoes or zuccinni plants would be involved. I knew from an early age that good soil and fertilizer (aka plant food) was vital for strong healthy plants and great produce production. Now that I have a home of my own having a huge garden isn't always an option. Last year I planted tomato plants in planters, they turned out well and I was happy to have grown my own. I was vigilant about water and feeding the plants, at one point I did wonder how the chemicals in the plant food would affect the taste of the tomatoes.
This year I'm excited to try Whitney Farms-Organic Plant food & soils.
Having organic plant food and soil would mean that the nutrients soaked up by my plants aren't going to hurt my family. Whiteny Farms has had 25 plus years of leading gardening experience. I'm sure with all the experience my planter garden will thrive this year.
Obviously for me I will be trying out the Tomato and Vegetable Food-
Wouldn't it be great to have a garden that is lucious and produces amazing produce? My parents garden is always amazing--that's what I want my garden to look like...
So give Whitney Farms Organic Plant Foods & Soils a try and you just might be surprised.
Each corner of the boards are mitered cut. When making the plans we made sure to start the measurements from the corners--so each wall starts from 0 instead of just continuing the measurement all the way around the room.
Then we measured the walls, windows, outlets, doors, closets to come up with the plan.
Next up-prime, board placement, caulk, sand & paint.
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts®. All opinions are 100% mine.
Lush, green grass is a status symbol around here. Who doesn't want the greenest grass on the block? When we moved into our home several years ago the grass needed help-I think the previous owners didn't know how to work the watering system. We began using fertilizer and watering it consistently-and viola it is green and starting to look much better.
Now when it comes to fertilizer we have always used Scotts-it just works the best for us. When I was contacted by Scotts to tell you about their new Scotts Snap Spreader System I was excited.
Check out the system here: Scotts® Snap® Spreader System
This new system is genius. When it comes to fertilizing my hubby usually does it. Mostly because pouring the fertilizer in and trying not to spill or get too much on the grass is almost a work of art. And in my present condition I don't want to touch fertilizer and risk it harming me or my baby. The Snap Pac that comes with the new system is great. No cutting, no opening and no pouring from heavy bags--no spilling or wasting the precious fertilizer. The system auto-sets the proper flow rate-meaning no Spreader settings required! No guess work of how much fertilizer your grass needs.
Have you ever found that you have too much fertilizer left in the spreader, but not enough grass? The Snap Pac self-seals upon removal. That means you don't have burn your grass trying empty the spreader. With the bag sealed again you don't need to worry about little fingers getting into the bag.
I'm always looking for a deal and if you "like" Snap Perks of Facebook you will be in the know for all of Scotts great promotions and contests.
So if you are trying to get greener, thicker beautiful grass this year give Scotts Snap Spreader System a try.