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Homenavarrow Saving money on groceries

Making a small patio garden can save you money

Do you know that even having a small garden, one small enough just fit on your patio or balcony, can still save you money? Too many people believe that the space is just too small to grow enough vegetables to make a dent in your budget. But that is in fact not true.

There are many vegetables you can grow in containers right on your balcony. Things such as tomatoes, peppers, and herbs are something that even the person who lacks any kind of green thumb can successfully grow. With a little nurturing such as daily watering and protection from extreme elements such as freezing, you can grow enough that shovels that not only will you have enough for your meals, but you just might have enough to can or freeze some extras.

it is most cost-effective for you to grow your vegetables from seeds. But even if you're getting a late start, spending $.49 on a tomato plants that could produce dozens of tomatoes is a good investment.

 



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