I’ve got a great and exciting announcement to share with you all that I’m just bursting to tell you about!
Are you wanting to start gardening but don’t have the cash to get started? Do you worry that your garden will look ugly? Do you want to out the real cost of growing your own and find out the tools you really need?
Are any of these questions something which you have asked or wanted to know? If you nodded or said yes then this upcoming series is for you!
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I’m teaming up with the amazingly resourceful and innovative Erica from Owning Burton Farm to bring you a series all about Frugal Gardening! If you haven’t been over to Owning Burton Farm yet, here’s Erica to introduce herself:
Hi! I’m Erica Burton from Owning Burton Farm and I’m excited to be collaborating with Emma to bring you a series built to inspire you to grow your best garden this year, even if you think gardening is too expensive! At Owning Burton Farm, we’re climbing out of $276,243.63 in debt, so we are always looking for inventive ways to save money while we pursue our homesteading passion. Gardening is one of our favorite ways to save money, involve our children, and re-purpose things usefully. Whether you decide to start with a window herb garden, or work 500 square feet, we can’t wait to motivate you to dig in and get growing.
We want to bust the myth that gardening is expensive, show you the real cost in getting started and how you can get growing right now without breaking the bank.
From seed starting to harvesting we’re going to help you along the way…
Psst you can re-use containers to start seeds in!
We’re going to show you how to reuse, recycle, upcycle and more to grow a fabulously frugal garden this year!
Just because something is secondhand doesn’t make it an eyesore or ugly in the garden.
Weaving shuttles from making beautiful tartan are repurposed into unique art at Knockando Woolen Mill, Knockando, Scotland
We’re going to be sharing how to guides and videos, inspirational pieces for your yard, live video, Q&A and so much more! We’re going to share all of our tips in frugal gardening so you can reap the benefit too.
Why not sign up so you don’t miss out on the upcoming posts? We’ll be posting across YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and our websites throughout the season to help you get stuck in!
To get you started in the growing mood take a look at the following posts or join me live on Facebook for my Down the Garden Path video update behind the scenes live on Sunday!
Stay tuned to find out more even frugal gardening tips and tricks that we will be sharing over the upcoming weeks in my posts and at Owning Burton Farm to help you have the best budget-friendly garden ever! If you have any tips to share with me or other readers please share them in the comments or at the Misfit Gardening Community Forum, we would love to hear your ideas and tips.