Saving You Money: Gardening, Summer Trips
I'm Saving You Money on gardening.
A new National Gardening Survey shows we're spending more money on our lawn and gardens with the average homeowner spending about $400 dollars a year.
One way to get the most out of your plants is to plant in an area that gets direct sun six to eight hours a day.
Another tip... don't overcrowd plants.
Bankrate.com says you'll get more out of six tomato plants three feet apart than 12 tomatoes planted 18 inches apart.
Lots of us are taking road trips this summer and one way to save money on tires is to rotate and balance your tires every five to seven thousand miles.
Keep proper tire pressure to make your tires last longer and improve your gas mileage.