This quick visual guide shares tips for saving money in the garden while making your garden greener and more sustainable!
Any gardener who has spent the time to grow and harvest their blooms or produce will be the first to tell you what a rewarding hobby gardening is.
No matter if you tend to a small window herb garden in your apartment, have some greens growing in pots on your back deck, or oversee a massive backyard garden oasis, you know how great it feels to get into the dirt and coax your plants to healthy growth! Having the ability to cultivate something from seeds to a full-blown plant that you can enjoy as food is one of the most rewarding things you can do – and you can do it no matter where you live, or how large your budget is.
However, overseeing the growth of your plants and watching them produce fruit isn’t the only rewarding aspect of gardening, though it is a big one. Gardening has been linked to a number of health benefits, meaning that gardening doesn’t only feel great, but it’s great for you! Gardening is considered to be moderate-level exercise, burns calories, and can even lower blood pressure. And you don’t have to spend a lot of money to do it!
The tips below can help you to save dollars and grow cost-effective garden crops, all while reducing waste and building healthier, more robust soil.