I’m very excited to be working with The Home Depot and receiving products to help start our vegetable and flower gardens this year. This is the fourth and final sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot. All opinions are my own.
So we’ve done it! Our seedlings have sprouted and are thriving. Everyday it seems they are getting a little taller and heartier. In fact one day last week, I swore they were growing taller by the minute. We’re anxiously waiting till the time is right to let the seedlings get their first taste of fresh air.
According to The Home Depot Garden Club, it’s best to wait till the plants are several inches high, sturdy and the weather outside is past the date of last frost. You never know what can happen in New Hampshire in the Spring, so we’ll most likely be waiting a couple more weeks.
When we do make the transition to outdoors, we’ll move the tray to a shady spot and bring them indoors or cover them if the nights are still cold. After about a week, the plants will hopefully appear strong and healthy (pending no little critters get to them) and will be ready for transplanting into the garden.
As the weather gets warmer and summer approaches, we’ll be making more trips to The Home Depot for all of our gardening needs. I like to plant annuals in pots for the front steps as well as hanging baskets for the patio. We are also in need of a new grill and have been scoping out all the options. From propane, charcoal, electric or portable grills to entire outdoor kitchens, they have the perfect grilling solution at the right price. Nothing beats enjoying the warm weather on the patio with a wonderful dinner straight from the garden. Mmmm…I can’t wait!
It’s home improvement time, and The Home Depot has everything you need to #DigIn for Spring. No matter what projects you want to tackle, they have great values on all you need. They’re ready to help you with renovation ideas and expert advice, too.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot.