Despite the lack of rain we’ve had in Northwest Ohio this summer my veggies growing organically in containers on my patio and in the geodesic dome are doing outstanding. If you follow my website you know I live out in the country and I have unlimited amounts of manure to use keeping it natural in my veggie gardens. We were first introduced to Healthy Grow when they sponsored a #gardenchat Presentation early in the season. When I personally started using Healthy Grow Products I was super excited I didn’t have to go turn the pile of compost (horse manure) and was really hoping these easy to use granulates would do just as good of a job making my plant happy. I’m so excited to share the harvest with you today after using the product for almost two months now. This product might just be better then the manure… shhh… don’t tell my compost maker Buzzy the horse next door!
I’ve harvested handfuls of tomatoes in early July and I owe much of that success to the Tomato Variety of Healthy Grow.
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I’ve been sharing some very productive plants on my social media this summer if you’ve been able to follow along. I shared an Instagram post above. It is so much fun to share the handful of harvest during such a dry growing season. I owe most of my success to this product I’m using by Dave Thompson’s Organic Healthy Grow. In the video below I share a plant side by side and some tomato growing tips.
Find this video on my Home Garden Tip Playlist on YouTube.com
So what did you think of the eggplant in the Dome? I can’t wait to share some recipes with you next week featuring the harvest on a live stream presentation with my friend Janet Cassidy. This post is sponsored by the Dave Thompson’s Organic Healthy Grow. I agreed to test the fertilizer featured on my site. The opinions expressed are entirely my own. If you choose to order any of these product using the links provided here, I may receive a small commission for your purchase. I hope to do another post soon featuring a few of the other fertilizers so stay tuned!
I hope you will share with me what you are using to feed your plants. Do you keep it organic? If you have any questions about gardening or growing organic lets connect – leave a comment on this post below.
Happy Gardening Everyone,