Spray-N-Grow?

Spray-N-Grow?

Is anyone familiar with Spray-N-Grow products? I got their catalog recently and some of the stuff looks interesting, but they bill themselves as selling "organic, all natural or non-toxic products." Somehow I don't think those all mean the same thing. Also, they have a foliar food that's "organic-based" -- couldn't that literally just mean it's water-based, or is there some standard for this term? (I'm also annoyed that they illustrated their "Snake Stopper" product with a picture of a garter snake. Yeah, why would you want them in your garden? They only EAT SLUGS.)
6:30am taking pictures of the garden.

6:30am taking pictures of the garden.

My new home sweet home.

My new home sweet home.

Mulberry cuttings.

Mulberry cuttings.

So, my apartment has a breakfast bar

So, my apartment has a breakfast bar

Amaryllis cultivar ID?

Amaryllis cultivar ID?

Seedlings

Seedlings