(NGM JAN 2010) 10 Money-Saving Strategies for Your Backyard
By: A. Cort Sinnes
South Burlington, VT (January 21, 2010) National Gardening Association (NGA) wants you to think SPRING! NATIONAL GARDEN MONTH® (NGM) 2010 is just a few short months away! Our FEBRUARY STORYLINE builds enthusiasm for this month-long garden party each April.
After an economically challenging 2009, people are becoming more cost conscious in 2010. While tightening our financial belts may mean less spending, it doesn't have to mean hardship in our landscaping and gardening activities. There are many simple strategies to reduce spending around your yard and still have a beautiful garden. This month we offer 10 creative gardening and landscaping tips that will save you time and money and keep your yard looking its best.
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About the National Gardening Association:
The National Gardening Association (NGA), founded in 1973, is a national nonprofit leader in plant-based education. NGA offers the Web's largest and most respected array of online gardening content, serving a broad audience of consumers. The organization acts as an interactive hub supporting the needs of gardening novices and experts alike, as well as providing educators with curriculum, publications, grants, and professional development tools. Visit www.garden.org and open your eyes to a world of lifestyle possibilities through gardening.
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