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If you’re retired or work part-time, gardening is one of the best things you can do in your spare time. You’ll save money on food, you’ll avoid unnatural chemicals and pesticides, and you’ll improve your overall health just from being outside and interacting with nature.
However, if you work full-time and/or you have family members to take care of, gardening can become more of a burden than a relaxing hobby. To keep that from happening, you need to be as efficient with your time as possible. To that end, Melissa Norris came up with five time-saving gardening tips.
The first tip is to use a soaker hose. If you water by hand, you’ll be standing around watering your garden for hours every week. That’s time you’ll never get back. But when you use a soaker hose, you can be sure your garden will get just the right amount of water everywhere it needs to.
Follow the link below to listen to the Pioneering Today Podcast and learn the other gardening tips.