Sprout’s Giveaway: “Healthy Garden Healthy You”

Here at MasterGardening.com we can’t get enough of Dr. Earth’s Organic Fertilizers. They are a fantastic product. Most fertilizers only feed the plants but not the soil the plants are growing in. The founder of Dr. Earth, Milo Shammas says, “The nutrition your fruits and vegetables provide you is only as good as the nutrition you provide your soil.” All of Dr. Earth’s products contain Pro-Biotics which brings life to the soil. Dr. Earth conducts extensive research and formulates the perfect nutrient ratio based on specific plant’s needs. They use natural sources instead of chemicals to boost nutrients in the soil and plants. For example nitrogen is derived from fish meal and alfalfa meal while Potassium comes from kelp meal and cottonseed meal.

Beyond the Dr. Earth product line, Milo Shammas has written a fantastic book, “Healthy Garden Healthy You” which highlights 100 easy-to grow plants and their health benefits. “In reading Milo’s book (Dr. Earth) you will be treated to answers to every organic gardening question you could possibly ask. This book is the A to Z of organic gardening as it relates to you health and beyond,” states Bob Tanem, KSFO, America’s Happy Gardening.

Here is your chance to win a free copy of Milo Shammas book, instead of just 1 winner we will have 3!

Entering to win is easy- Just complete the following sentence by posting a comment below and you will automatically be entered into the random drawing. Then check our facebook page tomorrow morning (1/25/11) to see if you won! And don’t forget to check out all Dr. Earth’s great fertilizers at MastergGardening.com.

“I talk to my plants….”

*UPDATE: Congratulations to the winners- Susan Harkins, Sherri Paustian, Becky Balli

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62 Responses to “Sprout’s Giveaway: “Healthy Garden Healthy You””

  1. Janet Bell
    January 25, 2011 at 10:40 am #

    I talk to my plants to tell them how pretty they are!

  2. Kascon
    January 25, 2011 at 11:17 am #

    I talk to my plants like it helps haha.

  3. Patricia Roloff
    January 25, 2011 at 11:20 am #

    I talk to my plants and listen carefully to what they tell me they need!

  4. January 25, 2011 at 12:05 pm #

    I talk to my plants as I believe they do sense those who love them and respond accordingly. Just as the Secret Life of Plants book describes – they do have sensitivity. (That’s one of my favorite books). Somehow I can’t seem to discourage the dang buttercups that want to take over my planting areas though, negative criticism just seems to make them try harder!

  5. Sue Morford
    January 25, 2011 at 12:34 pm #

    I talk to my plants every day and I also play and sing classic rock songs for them. I’m serious when I say that while we are gone on vacation, the plant growth slows way down. When we return and the music is playing, the growth is phenomenal……I’m almost completely overgrown!!!

  6. Maggie
    January 25, 2011 at 1:44 pm #

    I talk to my plants but I think we have a communication problem. Maybe I am not listening or they are not listening or maybe they speak a different language. I will not give up though, as in all sucessful relationships good communication is essential.

  7. cheyenne beasley
    January 25, 2011 at 3:24 pm #

    I talk to my plants because they are living beings, they do have feelings. They do respond to us, they will grow healthier and bring us beauty, as well as bounty.

  8. debora utley
    January 25, 2011 at 5:57 pm #

    I talk to my plants because they do respond,they do grow much better and greener. I also dust my plants, I know they feel so much when nice and shiny & clean.

  9. Kim Euker
    February 15, 2011 at 10:15 am #

    I talk to my plants and tell them how great they are doing! Everyone loves encouragement.

  10. Sandi Dix
    February 23, 2011 at 5:34 pm #

    I talk to my plants because it is the only thing that keeps me sane!

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