Check out these frugal gardening hacks to save money on a great garden. There are 14 different hacks in the article but before you click check out this picture. Any idea why you would want to plant plastic forks in your garden? It is one of those “why didn’t I think of that times” I had never thought of it or seen it anywhere else but I will be trying it this year when I put my garden out. These hacks were rounded up and shared by Your House and Garden.
Some of the ideas I had seen before but they all are frugal and useful. If you have a garden or are planning to you might find a couple of hacks in here that will work for you. I can’t wait for it to warm up so I can put some seedlings out.
I am looking forward to that first ripe tomato on toast with mayo sandwich. I love a nice thick slice of a big juicy tomato on toast with mayo. That is the taste of summer for me. I will be putting out peas, spinach and radishes in the next couple of days at least. Can’t wait for fresh produce that actually gets to wait till it is totally ripe before picking. It tastes so much better than the stuff from the store that is never all the way ripe.
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