Are you concerned about the earth? Do you want to use an effective, organic option to amend your soil and mulch your beds?
In honor of Earth Day – and in order to be kind to the earth all year long – choose an organic product for all of your mulching and gardening needs.
There’s nothing like getting your hands in the soil, and when you use Sweet Peet to amend your gardens, you don’t have to worry about being exposed to chemicals. Why risk your health and harm your soil by using products that are not good for your or the earth?
When you apply a product to the soil, it should contain natural, organic ingredients. Reason being, the product will continue to enrich the soil as it decomposes – leaving behind rich soil filled with beneficial microbes.
Organic Sweet Peet mulch offers significant advantages for your gardening and mulching jobs:
- It allows moisture to absorb into the ground, letting plants, flowers and seeds flourish.
- It encourages earthworm activities, aerating the soil.
- Its pH value balances alkaline and acidic needs in order to produce the optimal soil, freeing up nutrients to feed into the roots of the plants.
- It’s 100 percent safe for the environment – and for your family and pets, too.
- It doesn’t contain any chemicals, so you can confidently apply it throughout your landscape including vegetable gardens.
- It’s odorless, and in fact, has a sweet, earthy aroma.
- It contains composted ingredients that are harvested from local farming operations.
- It’s four products in one, making it very versatile. Use Sweet Peet for soil amendment, mulching, top dressing grass seed, and mixing with potting soil for container plants.
All in all, Sweet Peet is a product you can turn to for all of your organic gardening and mulching activities. There’s no concern that it will harm the environment. In fact, it’s good for the earth. So in honor of Earth Day, why not choose a product that’s safe, all natural and encourages organic gardening?
Sweet Peet – it’s a mulch, and so much more!
Do you have questions about organic gardening? Ask your local garden guru for advice!