Working on your green thumb

Some people naturally have a green thumb – but some people have to put in some practice to get better at caring for plants.

That’s OK! We have some tips so you can create a beautiful, inexpensive garden!

For example, for deep pots some old aluminum cans can actually help with the drainage and soil aeration. A simple 2×4 can help you with edging and cardboard tubes make great seed starters!

Reader’s Digest said, “Water settling at the bottom of pots can lead to root rot. To combat this problem, cut up old sponges and put them in the bottom of the pot.”

Happy gardening!

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