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$0.25 Concrete Pavers Are Back for Memorial Day at Home Depot

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$0.25$0.68(63% off)
Home Depot shoppers loved the $0.25 concrete pavers during Spring Black Friday. If you were someone who didn’t have the chance to take advantage of the low price, you have another opportunity to do it during their Memorial Day sale. They can be used for building garden walls, landscaping walls, or other concrete block projects.

Don’t miss out on the other summer discounts available. Home Depot’s Memorial Day sale has $2 mulch, $2.50 garden soil, and $2.50 vegetable plants.

With warmer weather just around the corner for some, it’s essential to get the necessary items for your beloved plants. To help you save money, we have numerous tips on how you can purchase your gardening supplies at discounted prices. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can always stock up on your supplies throughout the year.

Want to turn your food waste into a liquid compost for your garden? Use a blender to puree your leftover scraps with water and spread it throughout your garden. Just be sure not to include any meat or fish bones, dairy products, fats or oils, yard waste with chemicals, plants with diseases, or charcoal ash.

White vinegar can also be a handy garden tool to kill weeds. Simply spray them with vinegar to dry them out and get rid of them.

And for perfectly spaced plants, try using toilet paper as a garden tool. Measure out a length of toilet paper and create evenly spaced marks for your seeds. Create a paste with flour and water, use a toothpick to apply it to the toilet paper, and place the seeds on top. When it dries, roll up the paper and transport it to your garden.

There are plenty of ways to get creative and use everyday items for your garden, like turning a plastic bottle into an herb planter or using an over-the-door organizer as a vertical garden.

Make the most out of items you already have lying around at home using the rest of these genius gardening hacks. You can even DIY this homemade weed killer.

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