Categorized | Organic Gardening: Growing Your Own Foods, What's In Season? Eat Local, Eat Smarter

Tags | Home Depot, Home Depot Garden Club, How To Build A Family Garden,

What’s In Season: A Family Garden With Home Depot

Posted on 25 April 2012 by noelskitchen

Have you heard about Home Depot’s Garden Club? If you plan on growing a family garden this year, Home Depot has you covered. I just signed up for their Garden Club and received a coupon on my next shopping trip there. I already see some ideas for expanding our family garden this year.  And to make it simple, they have cedar raised garden beds perfect for those just starting out.

By being a member of the Home Depot Garden Club, you’ll not only receive coupon savings but also great tips and advice on the best ways to build your garden whether it’s small or large, herb gardens, and helpful how-to videos.

Plant a vegetable patch in your new garden. Kids will have tons of fun caring for their seedlings as they mature. And what better reward is there for a garden well tended than a crisp carrot straight from the earth (washed, of course) or a nice ripe tomato right from the vine.

Go ahead, get your family garden growing!


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