Gardening is a wonderful hobby anytime – but especially now that we are practicing social distancing. DealDash has some spring gardening suggestions to help out.
Many people love to garden each and every year, but this might be the best year yet to get started on this rewarding hobby. Most of us are still at home other than running out to get essential supplies, so you will have extra time to devote to your garden. Not only can you have beautiful flowers, but you can also grow some delicious fruits and veggies as well. Read on for some suggestions from DealDash to get you started.
Order Online for Pick-up or Delivery
Gardening and home improvement stores are on the “essential” stores list (at least in my state), so they are still open to fulfill your orders. You can order your seeds, soil, and other gardening essentials and pick them up curbside from most large stores. Also, you can order seeds from many online retailers for home delivery as well. You won’t even need to step out of the house to get your garden started! Well, until you receive your supplies, that is!
Prepare Old Tools, Get New Ones From DealDash
Next, in case you didn’t store your tools properly for winter, give your them some attention so they’re in fine condition when it is time get started. Bypass pruners need a good sharpening. Wooden handles benefit from being cleaned, sanded, and massaged with oil. Make note of what’s missing and order tools for the new season.
Not all tools can survive the winter if they haven’t been stored properly, and this is where DealDash can help. To see items that will interest a gardener, be sure to visit the Home, Garden, and Tools category, located at this link here.
Want to Plant Spring Veggies? Try These!
Finally, growing your own food can be fun and a money-saver. Here are some super vegetables to plant in the spring:
These vegetables are hearty and not too difficult to grow. Give them a chance in your garden!
Thanks for Reading
Gardening tools are a necessity for every garden. Be sure to get new gardening tools if your old ones have become too rusty or worn. Thanks so much for reading this article on gardening this spring.
This blog is written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice shared here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company. This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Read even more on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus. Dawn was compensated by DealDash for this blog post.