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Frugal Gardening: How to Save Money in the Garden

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Frugal folks know that a garden is a great way to save money on groceries but there are also quite a few ways to cut down on the basic costs of gardening. There are a number of cost efficient ways to cultivate and grow your own food. 

Composting, saving your seeds, selling at Farmer's markets, and trading sprigs or plants with others are a few simple ways to cut spending and increase your garden's financial rewards. A little ingenuity can help lower even the most basic expenditures.

Growing your own fruits, herbs, and vegetables is one of the best ways to cut back on the ever rising cost of food. Small garden space or large growing your own food does not take a lot of money or space to get started and even less investment to maintain the longer that you participate. 

One of the first costs in gardening is acquiring nutrient rich soil. Many spend a fair share of money purchasing dirt, manure, and fertilizers to enrich and maintain their garden plot. Past the initial installation o…

Redneck Names: It is Definitely a Country Thing

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A rather amusing bit of trivia concerning Redneck names is that most of them will sound just as good on the pet as they do on the owner. 

Names like Duke, Daisy, Rufus, Angel, Dakota, and Misty can be applied to both man and beast alike. Yep, it is something that a Redneck would just naturally think of doing.

Rednecks have traditionally come from deep country roots so even if you drag a redneck out of the country and plunk him down into a penthouse high rise apartment you can't expect his personality to change all that much.

A redneck is still going to maintain the strong country attitude, beliefs, and traditions that he was raised with no matter where he winds up living. This shows up in everything that a redneck will say or do. This factor shows in the names given to a pet, new baby, or nickname for a friend.

You may notice that many of the typical Redneck names are actually those of favorite alcoholic beverages such as Brandy, Bud, Sherry, and Champagne. No pun intended. I'm ju…

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