Greening up

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whitney Farms for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

AdvertisementEveryone who knows me knows that I am no kind of gardener. I think I have black thumbs. But I keep trying. I want to have fresh flowers and fresh vegetables. I want to have homegrown tomatoes. I’d like my tomato vine to look like this,Whitney Farms not the wimpy, spindly, fruitless disgrace that it is at the moment.

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Here's hoping I can turn my black thumbs green!

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About Dee

"What if?" Those two words all too easily send Devorah Fox spinning into flights of fancy. Best-selling author of “The Redoubt,” voted one of 50 Self-Published Books Worth Reading 2016, and three other books in The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam epic historical fantasy series. She also co-authored the contemporary thriller, Naked Came the Sharks, with Jed Donellie. She contributed to Masters of Time: a SciFi/Fantasy Time Travel Anthology and has several Short Reads to her name, including Murder by the Book, A Mystery Mini. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she now lives in The Barefoot Palace on the Texas Gulf Coast with rescued tabby cats ... and a dragon named Inky. Visit the “Dee-Scoveries” blog at
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One Response to Greening up

  1. Barbara Sanchez says:

    Well, I planted my garden last week. Started seedlings a few weeks ago and they were looking sad, but it’s been so cold I was afraid to put them in the ground. But they’re in and my fingers are crossed. I’d like to get a cuke longer than 1 1/2 inches!!!!!

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