Edible Explosion {sponsored} | The Sisterhood of the Shrinking Jeans LLC


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nature’s Care. All opinions are 100% mine.

Over the last few weeks, my garden has literally exploded with edible goodness. Down here in west-ish Texas, we’ve gotten over 6 inches of much needed rain, and that combined with Nature’s Care products, has really made my vegetable garden bloom, or BOOM is more like it!

See for yourself. And if you need a remind of how it looked before, let me refresh your memory. WHOA, right? It’s like a jungle. My tomato plants are taller than me, and need to be staked better because they’re toppling over their tomato cages. In all of my years of edible gardening, I’ve never had a more successful garden. It’s amazing what a little rain and good fertilizer will do.

I have to say that the Nature’s Care fertilizer has been a miracle for my garden. It’s so easy to apply: it’s in a granular form, so you just sprinkle it all around and water. So simple. It’s also all-natural and obviously safe for edible gardening!

Do you see all of those baby tomatoes?

Here, take a look at this side-by-side. That is the SAME tomato plant.

Not only have my tomato plants grown to enormous heights, but my squash and carrots are huge as well.

So with my harvest of tomatoes, peppers, and cilantro this week, I decided to use some of my yummy chicken eggs and whip up some migas. Nothing beats breakfast for dinner in my book, especially breakfast with a Mexican flair and a little heat.

Migas Pequiña

You can find my full recipe and directions, as well as nutritional informations for Migas Pequiña on our sister site, Shrinking Kitchen.

That concludes my series on my edible gardening for Nature’s Care! I have enjoyed sharing my garden with you, and I’ve been so very pleased with the progress of all of my plants. If there’s one thing I’ve learned, having the right products make a world of difference in my harvest! Thanks to Nature’s Care, my garden got off to it’s best start, and will continue to produce lots of goodness for my family this summer.

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