Not to mention it will make your yard smell super clean!
Take bits and pieces from your favorite plants and grow them into full-sized beauties.
Mix up your own remedy with this formula and cover your greenery.
This cinnamon hack will be the boost your baby seeds need!
There's actually a trick to propagating Hostas with ease and it will save you money.
Add used coffee grounds to your soil to boost the acidity and fill up some space.
Ferns are a beautiful, voluminous planter filler, and they won't break your budget.
Slugs aren't too fond of those copper secretions, so put your pennies with your plants.
Crunch up some leftover egg shells and lay them out on the soil by your plants.
Make a concrete towel planter to get a big-impact look on a teeny tiny budget.
If there's a frost on the way and you know your baby plants won't hold up, try this easy trick!
Keep your fruits (indoors or outdoors) free of fruit flies with a handy trap.
Before starting your garden, test your soil to figure out what you need and what to grow.
Squirrels are cute critters - as long as they're not attacking your plants or garbage
Use PVC pipes, plastic sheets or shower curtains - let your creativity make up for your budget.
Reuse your bucket of fireplace ash in the garden. Slugs and other garden fiends will flee.
Snip the seeds just a bit, soak them overnight, and prepare for seedlings just 3 days later!
Chop garlic and scallions, add bits of soap, mix in eggs & spices, and make spray repellent.
Time to reuse! Turn plastic bottles into tiny greenhouses to encourage your seeds.
While flies don't harm your plants, they make it hard for you to enjoy your garden. Do this!
Some plants, like lemon trees, prefer warmer temperatures to germinate, so know your seeds.
Make your own mix of bug-deterring essential oils to spray all over your garden.
Eggshells aren't only a cute nest for your seeds, they're nutritious and can go right in the ground.
If you don't feel like folding up newspapers, line a TP tube with paper and use that instead.
Cut your veggies at the roots and place them in small Glad containers to grow your own veggies.
Cut slits out of a tall juice carton with a handle, insert soil & seedlings & place on window sill.
You can use some horticultural vinegar or mix up your own weed-buster with cooking vinegar.