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Get Your Garden in Bloom: Rose Plants Starting at $12 at HSN

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Roses are in bloom at HSN. Shop online today to score some incredible savings on these flower deals.

Leaf & Petal Designs Climbing Rose
$11.95$24.95(52% off)
Leaf & Petal Designs Sunbelt Rose
$11.95$24.95(52% off)
Leaf & Petal Miniature Rose Collection
$14.95$24.95(40% off)
If you’re looking to add some beauty and fragrance to your garden, then you won’t want to miss this amazing sale on roses at HSN. For a limited time only, HSN is offering a wide selection of roses at unbeatable prices.

Prices start at just $21.95 for a Leaf & Petal Designs 1-piece Kiss Me Kate Climbing Rose, regularly $24.95. Plus, if you’re new to HSN, you can get an additional $10 off of $20 or more with code HSN2023. The price of this rose plant drops to just $11.95.

Whether you’re an experienced gardener or just starting out, these discounted rose plants are a great addition to any garden. Choose your favorites from a variety of color options, sizes, and types.

Shop the entire collection of roses here.

Find these deals online only. Shipping is free on orders of $75 or more.

If cost has ever stopped you from building your own garden of delicious vegetables, herbs, and fruits, it shouldn’t. Here’s how to build a DIY raised garden bed for your veggies or herbs. The costs will vary depending on material costs and plants, and what you can find for free.

There’s nothing worse than building a garden and realizing you spent about $10 a tomato, right? It’s totally doable to build cheap DIY raised garden beds or container gardens, and I will show you how.

First, you can find raised garden bed kits on sale at Home Depot for around $30 or less. Home Depot is the best place to find raised garden bed kits — sometimes as low as $30. While the wood boards aren’t included, you’ll get the screws, connectors, and spikes. Prices dip even lower during seasonal sales. Always check sale prices during Home Depot’s Spring Black Friday and around holidays like Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day.

Another inexpensive raised garden bed idea is using recycled containers for planting. You can sometimes find free planters through Home Depot’s recycling program, which allows people to return plastic pots and trays to their garden center to be properly disposed of. You can also ask an associate at Lowe’s Garden Center if they have any containers to spare. Or, check to see if there is a Freecycle community near you; the site is for giving away, finding, and trading free stuff.

For more ways to add to your garden, use the rest of our favorite 12 inexpensive DIY raised garden bed ideas.

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