The tides have changed…
I know I mentioned in this post a few weeks ago that gardening wasn’t much of an option our shady woods. Well, Hubby has determined that we have just enough sunshine in one corner of the yard near the driveway to grow some plants.
So, now my job is to look for creative ways to plant some veggies for the summer. Container gardening seems to be the best option for this area of our yard. But I’m finding some pretty cheap ways to make a simple raised bed too.
Here are some of the tips and ideas that I’m going to implement in our tiny garden area:
- 7 Secrets for a Successful Container Garden
- How to Start your Vegetable Garden Indoors
- 5 Easy Steps to Beginner Container Gardening
- 5 Container Gardening Mistakes to Avoid
- 10 Tips for Making Container Gardens
- How to Build a Raised Bed Garden for under $15
- Build Your Own 18 Gallon Self-Watering Containers
- How to Find Free Growing Containers for Your Garden
What to grow:
- 35 Easiest Container Friendly Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs
- 5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners
- Plant Potato Containers
- Growing Lettuce in Containers
- How to Make a Strawberry Pallet Garden
I’m excited to try my hands at a few of these. I don’t have much of a green thumb but I’ve got to start somewhere! Food is expensive and if I can start saving us a few dollars here and there I’m all over it. Plus the fresh taste of vegetables right out of the garden can’t be beat.
Do you garden? Have you tried a container garden?
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