3 Ways to Save Money on Your Garden

Growing your own fruits, vegetables, and herbs can save you a lot of money over the long run. When you invest in your garden, you’re basically completely negating the need to buy produce at a grocery store, which can add up to a lot of savings very quickly.

Of course, even knowing that your garden is going to save you cash, it’s easy to overspend on that investment if you’re not careful. However, with a few simple tips, you can avoid this problem and save a lot of money from the very beginning.

Buy in Bulk and Share Costs

Do you know other homesteaders who are getting their gardens started? In general, seeds, plants, and other garden necessities are cheaper when you buy them in bulk, and if you have others to share the cost with you, you can get a really great deal. Even if you’re not sharing the cost with others, if you’re buying items that will last for years (like heirloom seeds), you can save money on future gardening needs.

Don’t Overplant Your Garden

As you plan your garden, don’t plant seeds and young plants right on top of each other. Plant with the future – and your full-grown plants – in mind, and you’ll avoid a lot of waste.

Maintain Your Garden

Weeds can choke out fruit and vegetable plants, and parasites can kill them. Spend time in your garden regularly, weeding, watching for parasites, and keeping everything in good shape. This will avoid wasted money on plants that fall victim to outside forces, and you’ll get much more produce each season.

Use all three of these tips to save money on your garden now, and it will pay you back with even more produce and a great deal of satisfaction later. Good luck!
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