Gardening season is coming soon and I cannot wait to get mine started. Get a jump-start on your garden with a subscription to Canadian Gardening magazine. Right now on Wagjag you can get a one year subscription for only $10 which is 50% off of what you would pay elsewhere. Shipping is included with this deal.
Ripe tomatoes, fresh herbs, crispy green beans and peas all sound delicious right now. I can hardly wait to be crunching them sitting in my backyard on a warm summer night. I never make a large garden, but I always plant some of my favourites.
Get some inspiration for your garden too and subscribe to Canadian Gardening magazine through this awesome deal through Wagjag. You will get a full year’s subscription, which includes six issues. With the subscription priced at only $10, you will pay only $1.67 per issue.
Between the pages you will find all kinds of helpful tips and tricks to start your garden and keep it going. Find out about the latest garden gear, learn how to grow your flowers and shrubs bigger, or consult the pages when you run into issues. I could have used a copy myself when squash bugs took over my zucchini last year. This would also make a great gift for Mother’s Day. A magazine subscription is a gift I always appreciate, and there is just something exciting about getting mail you are looking forward to.
I price compared this subscription around the web and here is what I found. Over on Canadian Garden’s website, you can subscribe for one-year for $19.95, which includes a free small tote. You could also subscribe through Rogers Magazine Service where you will pay $19.95 for a one-year subscription. I am not sure exactly how much newsstand prices are, but according to Canadian Garden’s noted savings, issues would run you about $6.50 each on the newsstand or about $40 per year.
Over on Rogers Magazine Service many people are talking about this magazine. The magazine has 92 reviews and a four out of five star rating. Here is one reviewer who keeps coming back to this magazine:
This is a magazine you can keep to refer to for advice and suggestions time and again.
A second reviewer likes that the magazine has practical advice.
I really enjoy reading this magazine, not one of those “dream garden” references but actually includes tips and info for the “regular” gardener.
This deal will not last long, and they may run out of subscriptions before the expiry date. Right now over 250 people have picked up this sweet little deal. Grab your copy or a gift subscription before these magazines are gone.
Bargainmoosers, what do you grow in your garden?
(Expiry: 6th April 2015. Image Credit: fabonthemoon)