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Summer seems to be approaching full swing now -- finally! Unfortunately, between soccer tournaments and baseball games, we haven't had a chance to plant my raised garden beds yet, but it's definitely happening this week. The good news is I'm really only about 2 weeks behind, since we had a late frost.
My indoor herb garden is doing fantastic, thanks to Nature's Care. My seedlings are just about ready to be transplanted into larger containers. While it's still going to be awhile before I can harvest anything from it, we're definitely looking forward to having plenty of fresh, tasty herbs to pair with our veggies from the garden later this summer.
In fact, since we had some extra Nature’s Care Organic Potting Soil left over, I decided to plant a pot of basil and another of chives outside. They're thriving already, and I suspect that they may even pass their indoor counterparts by soon -- which is fine, because I plan on my indoor herb garden having more longevity.
Hopefully I'll be able to make some of my favorite dishes with fresh herbs from it year round! A few that I can't wait to make:
Using only five ingredients, these simple and easy roasted parsley and garlic fingerling potatoes are a dinner time hit!
This copycat Olive Garden capellini pomodoro recipe is one of my favorite quick and easy meatless recipes, ready in about 10 minutes!
A big batch of quinoa and your favorite fresh herbs allow you to endlessly customize the perfect rice cooker quinoa salad to pair with any main dish!
Nature's Care isn't just for fruits and veggies, though...
I've been using their Organic & Natural Vegetable, Fruit & Flower Food to care for my potted Hibiscus plant. And the 3-in-1 Insect, Disease and Mite Control stopped the little mites that I noticed had taken up residence in the soil right in their tracks.
All in all, I've been very pleased with the Nature’s Care organic gardening products. I feel good knowing that I'm in control of what goes into my garden so I can feed my family the healthiest produce possible.