Note: Post and giveaway are sponsored by Pennington, but all opinions are my own.
The salsa garden was actually Andy’s genius! We heart salsa and make this 5 ingredient salsa recipe often.
So, here’s what happened… we bought a house! And now we have a yard, and this weird little raised bed that was overgrown with what I thought were weeds. I instgram-ed a this picture and found out that the tall mini tree looking things are actually lilies, so I saved those suckers. But, everything else I ripped out. The only seeds I could find in our boxes were cilantro seeds, so I planted those. Here’s the jungle on move in day…
See, I saved the lilies! I did my first transplant. I’ll keep ya updated.
I just wanted a few herbs and maybe some lettuce when Andy suggested we have a salsa garden… sold! We took a little trip to Home Depot where they had all herb and veggie plants on sale for $2 and I got 3 tomato plants and 2 jalapeño plants for $10. Added them to my already planted cilantro seeds, and bam… we’ve got a salsa garden! Pretty dang excited about that.
And remember how I won a Pennington Smart Feed at BlissDom? Well, I’m putting it to good use today! Pennington launched a new product called the Pennington Smart Feed Sprayer System. It makes fertilizing easy peasy! I tested out the tomato and veggie tablets on my salsa garden and then gave the lilies some flower and bloom love.
Even I can handle this kind of fertilizing. The adjustable sprayer easily attaches to a standard garden hose and ensures proper nutrition for your little plants.
Look at that spray ; ) I’m going to be a salsa making fool in no time!
And there are my happy little tomatoes, fertilized, and ready to grow big!
Have you ever made a garden specific to a recipe? How about a hummus garden? Garbanzo beans, garlic, onions? That could be fun! Have you used the new Pennington Smart Spray System?