Save with Home Depot’s Garden Club!

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by on June 5, 2009

Home Depot Garden Club

Those of you that have been following me know that I started my first garden recently, so I’m very excited about Home Depot’s Garden Club. It is FREE to join and you’ll get access to exclusive savings, tips customized to your area, and the best part, Expert Answers to all your gardening questions within 24 hours!

If you haven’t signed up for Home Depot’s Garden Club yet, you’ll definitely want to- it is a great resource, and it’s FREE .

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  • I am definitely going over to join! I want to do a garden next year. I wish we had done so this year … but our financial situation seemed to just jump up on us over night! Luckily, my parents have a wonderful garden with plenty to share! Yeah!!! BTW.. I just have to share bc I was so proud of myself, my grocery bill last week was only $67! That is great for us! I would love to get it down like some of these other bloggers.

    Anyway… about the Freebie Friday. I “borrowed” that image from the mom advice website. I loved it so much! I think they used some kind of generator to create it. There is a logo on the side that says something about a generator.

  • Way to go! That is great- and such a good feeling!

    Our garden is small, but we bought our plants over the Earth Day weekend when Home Depot had B1G1, so that helped with the cost :)

  • Stoppin by from the MBC to follow!

    Have a great night!

    Dawn

    Dawn’s last blog post..Some Sorta Special MeMe

  • K. Toothman

    Glad to get the information on joining the Home Depot Gardening Club. Looking forward to the new projects and the year round savings.

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