Whitney Farms Plant Food and Tomato & Vegetable Food - Divine Lifestyle

Whitney Farms Plant Food and Tomato & Vegetable Food

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

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Have you tried organic soil?

For years, I have mentioned that I have a brown thumb. My family frequently laughs at me and how any plants in my house are all right next to each other so I don't forget about them. Still it happens.

I have long thought that I should be able to grow tomatoes. I am a woman living in the South, after all. That is what all Southern women do. We grow things. Well most of us do, anyway.

I have a serious problem when it comes to growing plants and veggies in my house and in my garden. I always need additional help.

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Whitney Farms® has two products that are just perfect for me and my family. First, the plant food


Whitney Farms® has 25+ years of leading gardening experience and has improved their products to have:
-low to no dust
-no manure odor
-easy to apply
-Contains beneficial microbes
-Specially designed protein-based blends provide your plants with both macro and micronutrients they need to grow and thrive

Organic soil seems to have so many more pros to using over regular soil, doesn't it?


For a limited time, you can get a $3 coupon to try out Whitney Farms for yourself.

So about my garden…it is much better now. Things are starting to grow. I have little sprouts coming up and it is so exciting.

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  1. shelly peterson

    Sadly I can’t keep a plant alive for anything, so I don’t have any. I’ve always wanted to have a little garden out back with some tomato’s, cucumbers and zucchinis but I’ve never attempted with the bad luck with indoor plants. I should give this a try and plant a garden and see what happens. thanks for sharing

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