Thursday, September 26, 2013

Frugal Fall Gardening Tips

Spring Fever is for spendthrifts.

For cheapskates, Fall's the time to garden.


Sure, everybody's green thumb seems to blossom with the first warmish day of spring, just about the same day the green blades of the daffodils pop up in the flowerbed. But by autumn, most fair weather gardeners have long ago hung up their hoes for the season.

In most parts of the country, Fall is the best time of year for all kinds of garden activities, including planting and transplanting plants. It's also the time of year when you can save a bushel of cash on gardening equipment and nursery stock, and save even more by properly tucking in your garden and equipment for its long winter's nap.

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