Monday, July 18
TN Nurseries best selling perennial plants
2. Marsh hibiscus
3. Red trillium
4. Blazing star
Nowadays, with the economy being so slow and so many people losing their jobs, money is tighter.
People are watching their pennies more and more. With everyone on such tight budgets, they often start having to let their yards go even if, With a bit of creativity and time, you still can make your yard look great and spend a few small pennies.
Hey, don't want to because they don't have enough money to keep it up. But, did you know you don't have to?
Who doesn't have an old pot or pan sitting around the yard that has been burnt? At some time or another, we all have let something burn; why throw it away when you can recycle it?
By taking an old pot or pan that has been scorched and making a few small holes in the bottom for drainage, which you can do with a drill or a nail and hammer, and then filling it with potting soil or dirt, you can fill it with your plants and flowers. If you are on a tight budget, you can even transplant a few of your own established plants to save money.
Planting plants, decorating your yard, and landscaping don't have to cost a lot of money. It can all be done for just pennies using a little creativity.