10 Genius Garden Hacks You Need To Try Today

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10 Garden Hacks

Gardening is one the most peaceful and creative hobbies around, yet it does require a lot of patience and commitment. Luckily, there are many garden hacks out there that can help you.

Today I bring you 10 genius garden hacks that’ll make your work a lot easier and efficient!

By just using a few ordinary things around the house, you can really get ahead with your garden. Plus, you can do it on the super cheap!


10 Genius Garden Hacks

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Down below are 10 absolute genius, easy and budget garden hacks I have found that actually do work!

Check them out and let me know what you think.

Start Your Seedlings Using Egg Cartons

Don’t throw your empty egg cartons out just yet! They make really useful seedling starters, so there’s no need to buy small, seedling cups again!

Make Your Very Own Organic Fertilizer

This is such a simple way of turning old leftovers and used food into a useful fertilizer for your garden.

Literally all you need is ground coffee, banana peels, egg shells, some water and a blender!

Put Your Tools In A Self-Cleaning Pot

Mix sand and mineral oil in a terra-cotta pot, and you magically have a self-cleaning and self-sharpening gardening tool storage space!

Use An Old Milk Bottle As A Watering Tool

Perfect for watering your house plants. This hack makes sure there’s absolutely NO spillage, plus you have control over the strength of water flow.

Soda Bottle Drip Feeder Hack

Perfect for anyone who fears they don’t have enough time to ALWAYS water their plants!

Make Eggshell Seedling Pots

Another genius way of recycling things from your kitchen and using them in the garden!

Build A Vertical Garden Using A Shoe Rack

Perfect for anyone lacking space! Who knew a shoe rack could be used as a hanging garden?!

Watermelon Hack

Growing watermelons in your garden? Protect them using an old t-shirt!

Use Coffee Filters to Prevent Soil from Leaking Out of Pots

No one likes it when water runs out of their cute, little pot plants. Using a coffee filter will prevent this from happening!

Use This Genius DIY Insect Spray

This easy to make insect spray will fight off any insect attack!

Ingredients include mint, garlic, cayenne pepper, dishwashing liquid and water.

Cheers,
Richard-T

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