A beginning cucumber
Your plants are the product of your hard work and something you can be proud of.
Spending time in your garden is also relaxing. It doesn't require too much thinking and gives you some personal time to yourself.
Not to mention you get to spend time outdoors instead of being cooped up in the house.
You can get some much-needed vitamin D and avoid the summertime blues.
Sounds good, doesn't it?
If you plant from seed…
My favorite plants to grow are cucumbers. You can buy seeds online or at most garden stores. The range of prices for cucumber seeds online is from $0.99 to $2.79.
Each plant usually yields quite a few cucumbers: two or three a week, or roughly 25 a season!
Cucumbers in the store can cost $0.89 apiece. Multiply $0.89 by 25 and you could spend $22.25 on just cucumbers!
And if you grow tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, peas, and squash, just think about how much you will have either to spend or save!
Are you interested yet? Read the rest of this series:
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