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Maximize Your Gardening Budget 💸🌿🤑

 

 

Do you want to get the most out of your gardening budget? We've come up with a plan to spread out the purchase of garden necessities throughout the year so you're not dropping a fortune in the spring. Check out our spouse approved plan below!


Summer:


Fertilizer and Irrigation - Summer is a time for plant maintenance, like regularly watering and fertilizing annuals. Our Premium Water Soluble Plant Food is great at providing what your annuals need to achieve colorful show of blooms. Make your life easy with our WaterWise®  Drip Irrigation by watering up to 10 containers or landscape plants with a single kit. The kits are link-able, too. 


Fall: 

Shrubs and Perennials- Fall is one of the best times to plant and transplant perennials and shrubs. Plant up to six weeks before the ground freezes and watch them grow like crazy next year. Check for perennial swaps and sales this time of year! 

Winter:

 



Soil, Hardscaping & Tools - Prepare for spring by purchasing soil and continuous release fertilizer. We all know how much we go through during the rush of planting, so it's great to have a little stockpile on hand. Also birdbaths, birdhouses, edging, new tools, anything that can be stored in a garage or basement. Take your time choosing what fits into your garden and keep away the winter blues. 


Spring:

Annuals - As soon as that last frost melts, go crazy with your season-long color because you already planted your shrubs and perennials last fall and stocked up on tools and hardgoods in the winter. And, because you are so well prepared for spring you might even get to do a little extra to make your neighbors jealous. 😉

 

 

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