This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Organic Choice. All opinions are 100% mine.
We've been gardening for years, from patios, to raised beds, to the time we planted corn in our front yard, we've tried pretty much everything. When we first got started, there weren't a lot of commercially available organic gardening products available at the stores in our area. Although we tried to use as many organic techniques as possible, sometimes we struck out when we needed something like potting soil or plant food.
Since we're renting this year, I'm excited to try my hand at doing some organic container gardening with Scotts Organic Choice potting soil and using the plant food in the small garden bed that the previous tenants put in. Last year, we totally struck out with out container garden, but I'm hopeful that we'll have more success this year, with the help of a milder Utah spring and a quality organic potting soil that will help feed the plants for two months.
This year, we're focusing on herbs, tomatoes, and peppers in containers, along with some zucchini and cucumbers in the existing bed in the front yard. I've already started sprouting my seeds, and the kids are really excited to check on our tiny sprouts every morning. They really love tea, so I'm trying my hand at growing chamomile for the first time, along with two types of mint. In a couple of weeks, the first batch of seedlings will be ready to move into pots, and outdoor planting time is just around the corner too!
Keep an eye out here for garden updates as we move through the season. Happy growing!