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Can an Earth-Friendly Fertilizer Grow the Best Plants? Eli is Putting it to the Test!

I’ve always had the dream that I could someday overcome my lack of green thumb and grow my own food, but figured it was wishful thinking. That is, until a trusted friend introduced me to Clean Water Grow.

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Watching Eli’s Garden GROW

Growing up, my parents were both avid gardeners. My mom raised delicate African violets that could have won awards, and my dad had a thriving vegetable garden grown from heirloom seeds he pulled from the previous year. I, on the other hand, could only be trusted to switch out the fake seasonal plants that were included among my parents’ live plants. I even had a hard time telling the difference between the real ones and the plastic ones. The only plant I’ve managed to keep alive for more than a month was one I thought was fake and put in a closet!

I’ve always had the dream that I could someday overcome my lack of green thumb and grow my own food, but figured it was wishful thinking. That is, until a trusted friend introduced me to Clean Water Grow.

It’s a different kind of plant food, and it’s helping me realize my dream of a thriving, healthy, and environmentally friendly fruit and veggie garden because:

  • It’s easy to use and it works. Because it’s “slow-release,” my roots, shoots and fruits only get fed when they’re hungry. That means I only apply it once every 6 months, and it does the rest of the work.
  • It’s the most planet-friendly fertilizer you can buy:
    • It stays in the soil, even when it rains, which means less polluted runoff into our streams and rivers.
    • All fertilizer is made with phosphorous, which is usually mined in Florida and shipped all over the country. Not GROW. The phosphorous in this plant food is removed from used water in Washington County, so it’s made right here in the Willamette Valley.
  • Top Oregon gardeners and farmers prefer GROW because it’s packed with renewable nutrients, doesn’t burn roots, and is the healthiest for our environment.

The first time I tried Clean Water Grow, I sprinkled a little on the soil of two plants in my office. They were a gift from a coworker that had started turning yellow despite my best efforts. However, just a few days after I added it to the soil, I saw noticeable improvements. Now, they are both happy, green, and flourishing.

After such success with those two plants, I’m confident I can achieve my lifelong dream of growing my own food. Since a vegetable garden requires more careful timing and added attention, I’ve enlisted the help of Grow Master Bob. He’s an experienced gardener with knowledge to spare, and he will be helping me learn about the best time to plant different seeds, how to maintain plants, and when to harvest.

So, grab your soil, your seeds, and a bag of Clean Water Grow® and join me at facebook.com/cleanwatergrow for Grow Master Bob’s gardening tips and to watch my progression. Want to know where to get GROW? Visit http://www.cleanwatergrow.com/ to find your local retailer and learn more about this little fertilizer with the big story.

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