Gardening...The Mecca of Money Saving
In this economic climate saving money is essential and there's no better way to save money than starting a garden. To some this can be an intimidating sounding prospect, but it's really something than anyone can do anywhere. From roof top gardening to back yard gardening,with a few savvy purchases, the harvesting of vegetables is only a few months away.Garden Plants should be easy,affordable and produce well.
The first thing to consider when planning a garden is deciding, based on the location, what kind of garden to plan and plant. Many people have started and sewn to fruition successful planter gardens, roof top gardens, raised bed garden and the traditional backyard garden. Upon choosing the type of garden that best suits the needs of the location, it’s time to buy plants. A trip to the local nursery is extremely helpful. The help on hand can direct you about each plant and what kind of conditions they need in order to thrive, but this is about saving money and nurseries can get expensive quickly. Sale plants are always a good bet to look at first as they can provide the food in need as well as a great price. Consider adding some trees that bear fruit as well, there are usually at least one or two variety of sale trees as well. Between the sale plants, sale trees, and perhaps even the more expensive varieties it’s time to get to work.
There are many great aids and tutorials to help decide where to plant each plant and tree as well as when and how to stake and water them. Look for how to space them and what to plant next to each other to make the garden as successful as possible. Don't forget to search for other sale plants that might possibly keep bugs and other unsavory critters out of the garden as well. Buy plants based on what people like and will eat, otherwise all this time and effort put into saving money will literally go in the trash.
Planting a garden is one of the best and most rewarding avenues in which to save money, the more you learn the more money there is to be saved by harvesting food at home.