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Gardening can be relaxing, a great stress-reliever, and a perfect way to get yourself out into nature. Gardening can also be beyond stressful and time-consuming. If you’ve a small garden, chances are you won’t be feeling too stressed with your feet up, enjoying a glass of Iced Tea (or adult bevvy) while you stare into the wonderous green of your garden. But, if you’ve a garden meant to feed your entire family from summer until spring (or somewhere in between)….well, thinking of taking off for a week – or two – during those summer months might make you feel a little guilty and a lot stressed.
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Easy peasey gardening tools:
And, if that isn’t possible for you (Because, expensive), hire a neighbour kid to give your garden a water while away. Or, suggest to another family that you’ll take care of their garden while they’re vacationing if they take care of yours while you’re away! The weeds you can deal with when back home, but the water is something you can’t control away from home (unless you get This bad boy installed).