When you hear the words “organic gardening,” I’m willing to bet the word “expensive” is one of the first things that comes to mind. Most people associate organic gardening with high costs because organic produce is expensive to buy at the grocery store.
Well, I’m here to tell you that for the home gardener, organic gardening is cheaper than using chemicals. There are tons of benefits of growing organically, and saving money is a big one.
Chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides are expensive to buy. Organic gardening is cheaper because you can use resources that are inexpensive to buy, or that are readily available in your yard for free.
Mother Nature provides us with all the resources we need to grow food organically, just as nature intended.
Organic gardening is better for your garden and the environment. Using chemicals throws off the natural balance in the garden and ends up causing more problems in the long run than if you would let nature take its course. Plus, plants grown in a natural organic garden are healthier, and organically grown food tastes much better than those grown in a garden where chemicals are used.
Gardening doesn’t have to be expensive, and organic gardening is one of the best ways to achieve a budget-wise garden. Well-balanced organic gardens are cheaper and easier to manage, they use less water, and they are practically free to maintain. So skip the expensive chemicals, and start growing organically.