Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up

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I love gardening. I really do. Well, actually, I love the fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs and gorgeous flowers that are the result of my gardening. I am not actually a huge fan of the hoeing, weeding, gardening work or the gardening aches and pains that come along with it. Fall garden clean up is the worst.

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up #FastAdvil

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up

When I work in the garden in the spring, I’ve had the whole winter off. Getting back out into the garden after the snow melts is something I look forward to. Gardening in the summer is exciting because everything is starting to grow and there are fresh fruits and vegetables and gorgeous blooms everywhere I look. It’s like a reward for all the time and effort I’ve put into it. Fall garden clean up is my least favorite part of gardening. There is nothing growing any longer and all I have to look forward to is spring, which in Vermont is about 6 months from now.

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up #FastAdvil

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up #FastAdvil

Fall garden clean up time is when you remove the dead plants, clean up and put away the stakes and tomato cages, till the soil to expose any bugs trying to over winter and basically make the garden healthy and ready for spring planting. We have several gardens around our two acres and it seems like the work is never done.

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up #FastAdvil

Fall clean up generally involves a lot of kneeling, reaching, bending, lifting and carrying. For my back, those are not good things. I generally spend the next 2 or 3 days sore and in pain which makes it hard to get anything done around the house or at work.

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up #FastAdvil

Gardening Aches and Pains | Fall Garden Clean Up #FastAdvil

Thankfully the work for today is finally done. I’ll be back out again this weekend to work in a different garden bed.  I’m glad I have Advil Film-Coated and a cup of tea to relax after a long day of gardening. I’m not going to let my back pain stop me from having another productive day tomorrow.

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Comments

  1. Looks like you were seriously working hard in your garden! Advil is my favorite for any aches and pains :)
  2. Kelly Hutchinson says
    I get those aches and pains as well and Advil is the only thing that gets them to go away. 
  3. Tiffany Cruz (Fabulous Mom Blog) says
    I only trust Advil. It's what I use when my back is hurting as well, or I have a killer headache. 
  4. Leanne (clever housewife) says
    you have inspired me to get out in the garden and clean it up before next spring! 
  5. Victor Goguen says
    I tried my hand at doing a garden for the first time this summer. Let's just say I will be asking for help next summer so that I can reap bigger rewards next fall. Major brown thumb.
  6. carol clark says
    great ideas ive been gardening for about 3 years now started off just plain dirt and wondered why nothing would grow very good i got some good dirt and things took off great post

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