Starting a Garden Need Not Cost The Earth

Growing in old milk bottles strung on garden canes in my polytunnel.

If you are starting a garden, one of the most common mistakes is spending more than you need to spend to establish it. Permaculture teaches is that it does not need to cost the Earth to start a garden – either literally or metaphorically. We can keep things sustainable and eco-friendly, while also spending very little money at all.

Check out this article I wrote for some tips on starting your garden:

Start A Vegetable Garden For Free: Zero Cost Tips To Grow Your Own Food

I advise gardeners on how to choose seeds, establish their new growing areas, and on maintaining their gardens, as well as offering garden design. So if you are a new gardener looking for some advice then please do get in touch to see how I can help.

If you are on a very limited budget, here’s another article of mine you might like:

20 Vegetables You Can Re-Grow From Scraps

You might not even to invest in lots of seeds to get started with growing your own.

When you are choosing seeds and plants to grow, it is worthwhile thinking about which might offer the best value for money. This article could help:

35 High Yielding Fruits And Vegetables For Huge Harvests

Anyone can get growing – whether you have a large garden, or a tiny windowsill space to use. And it is very important to remember that you don’t need to break the bank to do so.

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