In the U.S., April has been designated as National Gardening Month. Four years ago, the National Gardening Association began pushing the Greening of America, one garden at a time.
Imagine the positive impact if everyone planted something. It doesn’t have to be a whole garden, but just something. A pot of herbs, a container full of salad greens or a hanging pot of flowers on a deck. I encourage you to decide to do something to celebrate National Gardening Month in your little corner of the world.
Here’s a list of frugal possibilities to get you moving:
1. Visit your local library and check out a mix of How To garden books as well as a few books highlighting famous gardens, j...