I have some Surprising Useful Garden Hacks for Spring for you today! If you’re wanting to get started on your Garden this Spring, be sure to check out these AWESOME Garden Hacks today!
Also, check out my 7 Ways To Plant A Garden On a Budget, it’ll help you out with your garden budget!
Surprisingly Useful Garden Hacks for Spring
You can save money and know exactly what you’re putting in your Garden with this awesome DIY Weed Killer
You can use egg shells to start your seedlings out before moving them into the garden, you can even keep them in the egg carton, what a great idea!
You can make your own watering can by poking holes in the lid of a milk jug, it’s great for watering and doesn’t drip water everywhere!
You can easily keep your plants by using a wine bottle, just fill your wine bottle with water and quickly turn it over and push it into the dirt around your plant!
You can use plastic forks in your garden to keep your pets and other animals out and from stepping on your plants. Just put the with the for skide up next to your plants and the animals won’t step on them!
You can use your citrus peels to start your seedlings out and then you can plant them directly into the ground, peel and all because the peel will compost into the soil and nourish the plants as they grow! Don’t forget to poke a hole in the bottom for drainage!
You can use milk jugs to protect your plants when they’re young! Just cut the bottom off of the milk jug and take off the lid so you plan can still breathe, then stick the jug in the ground around your plant!
Make your own super cute and easy garden markers using forks and corks. Just write the name of your herbs on the corks in sharpie and stick the forks into them and then stick them in the ground!
If you’ve got any vintage colanders, you can turn them into some super cute hanging planters
You can use Baking Soda in your Tomato Plants to make your tomatoes sweeter, just sprinkle it on the plant when they’re about an inch around and when they’re about half grown!
You can use Rubbermaid Containers to plan a little garden right there on your back porch, no yard necessary! Just put holes in the bottom of your tote and fill with soil then plant away!
You can make use of some old shirts in your garden by making Watermelon Slings. These are perfect to support the big watermelons when they start to get super heavy!
You can use a key ring to keep your plant tags all together. This way you’ll have all your instructions in one place, just use a hole punch and put them on your key ring!
You can sprinkle some cinnamon on top of your seedlings to kill off disease or fungi, it’s that simple!
You can line your plants with coffee filters so the water doesn’t immediately run out the bottom, it’ll give the soil more time to soak up the water