Five Tips for Gardening

Gardening tools don’t always have to be very expensive, but after a few years of growing flowers, it’s really expensive to find flowers, not only to buy all kinds of tools, pesticides, and fertilizers but also all kinds of flowers and containers. Here are five saving and practical gardening tips that even old gardeners may not be able to do.

  1. DIY plant marker

Colorful plant signs are cheap, but in large numbers, they can be expensive. Why not DIY some special signs to make potted plants look more interesting and vivid? You can draw the plant’s name and growth habits to help you keep your plants and flowers better.

  1. Homemade vinegar herbicide

Mixing vinegar with water is a great way to get rid of some weeds in your yard. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on chemical-based pesticides. If you have extra vinegar at home, you can use it as a cheap and safe herbicide.

  1. Tomato stand

If you want the tomato to grow better, you need to set up the proper support for it to grow, which will prevent the plant from falling over and allow it to blossom and bear more fruit. This can be done by using wooden sticks or bamboo sticks, or even water pipes, and tying the stems of the tomato with some soft rope.

  1. DIY seed feeder

At home, some of the remaining cups or old boxes can be used to make seedlings, of course, to be properly treated, the bottom must be drilled, and to avoid soil water can become a very good sowing container.

  1. Epsom salt fertilizer

Epsom salt can promote the growth of plants relatively large, especially when planting eggplant, tomato, pepper, or rose, you can bury a small spoon of Epsom salt along the basin, which can be very good to supplement plant nutrition and promote more good growth.


Using public tools at home to grow flowers can save you a lot of money and make your life a lot more fun. Here’s a look at some of the techniques you’ve used to grow flowers.