Get your lawn and garden ready for spring with The Home Depot Garden Club

Get your lawn and garden ready for spring with The Home Depot’s Garden Club #DigIn #DigInHD This year my husband, Paul, is creating a raised bed garden. It’s an experiment because we’re new to the Athens, Georgia area, so raised bed gardening – complete with a deer fence – is a different way of gardening for us. Paul and the kids are hopeful, and have already started growing plants from seedlings. Since the materials for the garden will be delivered later this week, they’ll start setting up the garden this weekend.

However, I’m more concerned about our lower back deck, which looks over the forest in our backyard. It’s a lovely area that I hope to take advantage of once the weather gets warmer. I’m looking forward to working, reading and hanging out with our dog, Nellie, out there. However, the area could use a little sprucing up, especially if we want to do any entertaining, so this is going to be my project this spring.

It’s also why I’m working with The Home Depot to let you know about the advantages of The Home Depot Garden Club membership.

The Home Depot’s Garden Club

When you sign up for The Home Depot’s Garden Club and get their emails, you get over $300 in savings each year on everything you need from lawn care to setting up outdoor living spaces. You also get information on new garden and outdoor products as well as projects that are customized to your region. In addition, by joining the world’s largest garden community, you get access to The Home Depot’s experts.

Benefits of The Home Depot’s Garden Club include:

  • $5 your next garden purchase of $50 or more
  • Eight new projects to help you #DigIn to Spring
  • Monthly to-do lists to get your lawn and garden in tip top shape
  • Expert advice and how-to videos

How are you planning to spruce up your outdoor spaces this spring?

It’s home improvement time, and The Home Depot has everything you need for spring. No matter what projects you want to tackle, The Home Depot has you covered and can help you #DigIn to Spring.  Spring is the perfect time for all your outdoor home renovations. Shop The Home Depot for terrific values on new patio furniture, landscape supplies such as fertilizer and potting soil and outdoor grills. Keep your lawn and garden looking great, too, with the huge selection of lawn mowers, edgers and trimmers, and garden tools. Visit The Home Depot Garden Club for product ideas from kick-starting your Spring with seed starter kits to building a window birdfeeder.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot.

4 thoughts on “Get your lawn and garden ready for spring with The Home Depot Garden Club

  1. G Sandhurst

    My aim this year is to create both a vegetable garden and a small herb garden. A friend grows a lot of her own veg and while the carrots may not be as straight as store-bought carrots and her potatoes can be a bit nobbly, what I’ve found is that her veg tastes better. Store-bought veg can be a bit bland. I suppose that’s the price we pay for crops that are grown fast using industrial fertilizers and the like.

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  2. Angie

    We have been planting a garden for a few years but didn’t have much luck until we did raised beds last year. There seems to be less leaching of the nutrients from the soil that way…maybe?

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  3. Maria

    Yes, this year we are getting started with a garden plan, starting with getting a fence up to keep the deer out. It’s a big job involving yard clearing and so much work. But it will be worth it when we have vegetables and flowers growing!

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  4. Kenneth

    I am also planning to make a garden in the back of our house soon. We can really save a lot of money if we can easily get all the common ingredients in our backyard plus we can get them fresh. I believe food tastes better if we use fresh ingredients all the time. We can also benefit from the nutrients.

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