Let me show you how to create a garden that will make your neighbors green with envy!!
Nothing beats enjoying a beautiful garden in your own backyard. Every time you step outside… or even look out your window, the beauty of your garden will make all your effort worthwhile.
With some planning and a little work, you’re going to create your best garden yet. Maybe even the best garden in your neighborhood!?!
Even better, you can design an amazing garden that is also easy on your budget when you use these 29 Gardening Tips and Tricks! We are frugal girls after all!
Enjoying fresh flowers, and harvesting a crop of delicious fruits and veggies is an amazing reward to look forward too…
Plan your garden: Before you start planting, plan out your garden. Decide on the style and layout you want, and make a list of the plants you want to include. Start with seeds: While it may be tempting to buy full-grown plants, starting with seeds can save you a lot of money. Seeds are much less expensive than plants, and you can grow them indoors before transplanting them outside. Divide and conquer: If you have friends or neighbors with established gardens, ask if you can have some of their plants. Many plants can be divided and transplanted, which means you can get new plants for free. Shop sales: Keep an eye out for sales at garden centers and nurseries. You can often find great deals on plants, soil, and gardening tools. Use recycled materials: Get creative and use recycled materials in your garden. Use old buckets or pots as planters, or use old wooden pallets to create raised garden beds. Grow your own food: Planting vegetables and herbs is a great way to save money on groceries. You can grow them in containers or in a small plot in your yard. Mulch: Mulching your garden is an inexpensive way to conserve water and suppress weeds. You can use leaves, grass clippings, or even newspaper as mulch. DIY garden decorations: Instead of buying expensive garden decorations, get creative and make your own. You can make your own birdhouse, garden stakes, or even a fountain. OptOnline