Whether you’re looking to maintain or recreate your garden, it’s always wise to save a few a pennies when purchasing new equipment. Especially when we have a budget in mind, it’s essential to keep the cost as low as possible. So to help you save money from purchases, we’ve come up with the following ideas on how you can save and get more out of your money.
Instead of buying a developed plant, why not buy the seeds instead? The seeds will cost you less money compared to purchasing a half-grown plant. The difference in price is quite vast, for instance, a bag of seed will only cost you around £2 whereas the plant will cost you around £20 or more.
Out of season equipment
It’s much cheaper to buy outdoor and garden furniture when they are about to go out of season. So for instance, the items are most likely to go on sale at the end of summer. It’s the perfect time to buy them so that you can save a little bit of extra cash.
Recreate your furniture
Just because you have old furniture doesn’t mean they need to go to waste. Old furniture can be updated by recolouring or recreating for a different purpose. There are plenty of DIY projects for old furniture online.
Some furniture online is much cheaper compared to store prices. There are also plenty of reviews that can help you make a decision when purchasing products online.
Second-hand furniture can be found in different places including car boot, charity or even online websites including eBay, Facebook and Gumtree. You can get some great deals in second-hand shops would sell them for half the price.