If you buy everything you need to create a container garden from the shops – pots, compost, seeds etc – the costs will quickly mount up. This creates a barrier that prevents many people from growing – or growing as much as they’d like.
However, with a bit of knowledge, time and creativity, it’s also possible to grow at very low cost. I’ve written this new guide to show you how.
I know people who’ve created container gardens for almost nothing. And many others who dramatically cut the cost by finding a lot of what they need for free.
As well as saving money, this way of growing can be more rewarding, fun and creative. It has a lower environmental impact, too.
Download the Free Guide
The secret to growing for free is knowing what to look for and where to find it. Download the free 21 page PDF guide here, Growing for Free (or nearly Free)The guide gives you LOTS of ideas on what to use as containers, fertiliser, growing media and gardening tools, and where to find low cost seeds and plants. It also gives you design tips for how to make a recycled garden look good. Download it here.
I’d love to hear about your favourite free resources that you find for your container garden – and where you find them – in the comments below.