Cinder Block Above Ground Garden

2 May

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

For those of you who follow me on pinterest have probably seen that one of my backyard to-do’s is a cinderblock above ground garden like this one:

Cinderblock Garden

 

I love how it takes the above ground garden to the next level by adding the uneven and side ways cinders to create smaller planters for herbs and such. So while this idea is still in the works for our back yard, there are some other options besides look of the cinder block that I’ve been contemplating. One of which, is the soil we will be filling our garden with. Saying as to this will be a fruit and vegetable garden, we want something that won’t harm our produce as it grows. We want a soil with no additives, nothing artificial, basically an organic produce garden. 

In my process of research (by the way, it is the season to start getting on this! I love that my search has been so much easier because of my timing in research), I found an organic soil with no additives or artificial food for my produce. Straight up organic plant food by Whitney Farms®.

Organic Plant Food

 

Don’t wait until it is too late to pamper your produce, grab one of their $3 off coupons and try it out this season on your garden. I’ll post a follow up of my garden at the end of the season and let you know of my review of this organic soil. Have you used Whitney Farms before? Leave me a comment and tell me what you liked and how you used it! 

 

 

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