PostHeaderIcon Quick Gardening Tips to Save You Money

Gardening does not require you to spend a fortune if you know these money-saving tips. You can enjoy gardening while bonding with your neighbors, yet save money on your hobby. Here’s how you can do itÂ…

1. Plan your vegetable garden according to what your neighbors are planting so you can share your vegetables when they’re ready for harvest. It’ll be such a waste if you can’t give away your vegetables to your neighbors or friends, just because theirs were also ripe at the same time.

2. Don’t discard your kitchen scraps. Compost them as well as your coffee grounds. You’ll be pleasantly surprised how the end result could be much better than any potting soil you can ever buy from a nursery or hardware store. You can contribute towards a green environment by recycling while saving money at the same time.

3. Select perennials rather than annuals for your flowerbeds. As they multiply each year, cut them back and exchange with your friends so you both have lovely gardens and save money at the same time.

4. Instead of using mulch, try pebbles or small rocks in your garden as ground cover. Not only will you save lots of cash, you’ll also won’t have to buy mulch in the spring and fall of every year.

5. Have foresight, invest in better quality gardening tools and you will save in the long run. Quality gardening tools last for years, saving you dollars because you don’t need to replace them every planting season. Likewise for gardening gloves – make sure you buy the best you can afford so they last all season.

That’s all the money-saving gardening tips I have for now. Hope you’ll find them useful. Enjoy gardening!

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