These clever gardening hacks really work!  You can find here effective, easy, cheap and creative vegetable gardening hacks for your garden. Gardening will not be difficult or expensive with these amazing hacks. There are a lot of new ideas waiting in kitchen to be used in your vegetable garden.

Those 10 clever garden hacks will make your gardening much easier. Get inspired!  Starting a vegetable at home is a great way to save money. Planting your own garden with vegetables gives you the pleasure and fun.  Read on for more!

Plant seeds using egg shells

You can start seedlings from egg shells like in picture! It looks very creative and funny. Egg shells are  the best for planting your vegetable seedlings. Also egg shells can be used to nourish your soil. Just break the egg shells up into your plant soil. Ground up egg shells will help to give your garden a boost.

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Wine bottles can be a gradual water supply for your plants.

Do not throw away empty wine bottles. You can reuse them as a gradual water supply for your plants. It can be a great solution if you away for some days. Just fill empty wine bottles with water and put them upside down on your garden.
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Use your leftover coffee grounds in your garden.

Coffee grounds have high nutrient content and they are naturally acidic. Using coffee grounds will keep pests away from plants. It is a perfect way to improve the quality of your soil.

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Add baking soda to grow sweeter tomatoes
 
I am sure that you have a box of baking soda in your kitchen. Baking soda can be used for vegetable gardening hacks.  You can sprinkle it on soil to help grow sweeter tomatoes on your garden. Believe me, this simple garden trick really works so well!  Baking soda can replace many toxic household and it is full of minerals.

 

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Use citrus peels to start your seedlings

There are a lot of uses for lemon peels. Lemon peels contain vitamin C, calcium, fiber and minerals. Lemon peels will compost directly into the soil to nourish the plants as they grow.  You can use limes too.

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Put plastic forks to keep wild animals and pets from stepping in your garden
 

This clever trick will keep animal from destroying our vegetable garden. Strategically place plastic forks in the soil around plants. It will protect your herbs, fruits and vegetables from destroying.

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Make creative seed tapes from toilet paper

As we know, seed tapes are expensive and it is the right time to start making your own to save money. You can make creative seed tapes from toilet paper. It is so funny, cheap and easy!

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Grow heart and star shaped fruits and vegetables

These cool new Veggie Molds slip over vegetables and fruits as they’re growing to mold them over time into fun star and heart shapes come harvest. These reusable molds are able to shape tomatoes, cucumbers (and pickles later), eggplants, squash, limes, zucchini, and more and are BPA free, food safe, and UV protected. Your kids may be much more excited to eat their heart and star-shaped vegetables and you probably will too.

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Sprinkle cinnamon on the soil

You can add cinnamon not only to cookies and cakes, but to garden too. Cinnamon can help to prevent fungus from killing small seedlings. It will keep weed seeds from germinating.

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Grow Pineapples From Tops

Pineapples are very delicious, unique, exotic and wonderful fruit and they are also easy to grow. You can grow and enjoy healthy, tasty and attractive pineapple in your garden. Just buy a fresh pineapple from grocery, cut the leafy top off and sprout your plant.

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