October 6, 2008

Great Big Plants: Organic Liquid Compost

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I am pretty good about keeping my garden and ornamentals fertilized with local manures, but my houseplants suffer from neglect. In the past when I have tried to fertilize them, my family complains of the foul odor. When I discovered Great Big Plants organic liquid compost, I decided to do a sneaky test on my family. I knew that Great Big Plants would invigorate the soil and result in healthier plant growth, but I was concerned when I read on the label "strong odor". Would my family notice? Would Great Big Plants be banished to outside fertilizing only?

When I opened the bottle of liquid compost, well, it smelled like my compost pile. I don't find that offensive, but I don't want my house to smell that earthy. I mixed the concentrate with water and poured it on my houseplants. When my family came inside, they never even noticed; however, my houseplants did! After one application, my neglected house plants have perked up, and they are as happy as can be!

Great Big Plants can be used inside and out, and convert your soil into a rich and healthy environment.  It can be used for new plants and those in old soil, like my houseplants.  It works great invigoratin fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals naturally!

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at October 6, 2008 1:01 AM

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