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Well, perhaps garden isn’t quite the right word for it. I usually plant all of the herbs that we’ll use throughout the spring and summer months myself, but living in an apartment with no balcony is making that a bit of a challenge this year so, we’re starting slowly.
At the moment, our “garden” consists of one basil plant and one mint plant. They are both herbs we use a lot of, so it just made sense to start with these. Over the next few months, this little collection will grow to include thyme, oregano sage and other lovelies. That is, once I get the vertical planters built.
One of the biggest issues that I encountered when planning to grow plants indoors was how to keep everything organic without the smell of traditional compost or manure. (Yes, these are both good things, but not in a living room!) We’re all about making sure that we use organic soil, and we want to keep everything as natural as possible, but most organic products aren’t well suited for apartment farming, unless of course you like your liing room to smell like a pasture.
The solution, at least for us, was to use an organic plant food that doesn’t smell like… Well you know. In fact, this plant food doesn’t really have an odor at all. it’s 100% organic, so I know that the herbs that I grow aren’t going to have anything in them I don’t want my wife or my kids eating. It doesn’t reek up my tiny apartment and it even comes in a zip-top bag, so it’s simple to store.
I’m calling all of those things a win.
Because we believe that you’re as interested as we are in maintaining a healthy, organic garden, we’ve partnered up with Whitney Farms to offer you a $3.00 off coupon for the Whitney Farms® product of your choice.
Hey, there’s no shame in saving a buck or three just because you want to go organic, is there? Go get your coupon and have fun growing something yummy!