Starting a Fresh and Healthy Organic Garden

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

Green Bean and Potato Garden

My family has always wanted to have a vegetable garden and last year we did for a short period of time when we moved into the home that my mother moved out of. Having potatoes and green beans were honestly our two favorite things. Early in the morning my kids would run outside to dig up potatoes so that I could make them home fries with our breakfast. What I never thought about was whether or not organic plant food was used when my mom had planted this vegetable garden. Since my middle child is now on a high risk medication that can cause various health issues regarding cholesterol and possibly diabetes, I want to be more aware of what we eat and become healthier.

Although my family does not have a vegetable garden this year, we do plan to have one next season and I have spent some time checking out Whitney Farms products to see if they would be the perfect answer to ensuring our vegetables are grown in organic soil and therefore more healthy for the family. Having fresh vegetables in our own private garden will take the guess work out of what has been done to the vegetables at our local grocery store. I have a father who is very into gardening, every year during Spring I barely see him, why? Because he is out helping others have organic gardens both for flowers and vegetables. I love that I can look up to my Dad for any organic questions and he usually has the answer as to why organic makes sense; with conventional plant food you will be putting more chemicals onto the plants, which is not good for your health. Of course conventional soil won't make you sick usually, but why would you want to place foreign chemicals in your body if you didn't have to? That is why next year when my family starts our garden, we will use Whitney Farms Organic Vegetable Food.

I invite you to have your family try out Whitney Farms® with a $3 coupon to get you started on a healthier garden!


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