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.)
Dragonwing begonia help

Dragonwing begonia help

Freebies!

Freebies!

Finally some good news from the garden

Finally some good news from the garden

Bathtub mold problem!

Bathtub mold problem!

Dahlias Blooming! Long Entry (sorry gardening gets me excited lately)

Dahlias Blooming! Long Entry (sorry gardening gets me excited lately)

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