Load a patio serving cart with plants, tools, and pots, then wheel the all-in-one gardening center wherever you need it to go. Purchase a cart with wire or slatted shelves to allow for drainage and easy cleanup.
Build your own custom potting bench from 2x4s and plywood. For a long table, include a central leg for stability and support. Sand away potential splinters, then paint, stain, or apply polyurethane to preserve a rugged look. The shelf above this potting bench was created using an old wooden palette.
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Rescued from the trash and hung high on a wall, a bookcase offers long, shallow shelves ideal for organizing garden containers. Below the bookcase stands a dresser. The top of the dresser was wrapped with tin, which allows the piece to function as a convenient potting bench.
Keep frequently used gardening tools close at hand using a key rack affixed to the side of a potting bench. Hat and coat hooks work well for larger or more substantial items.
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Create an all-in-one gardening center with nothing more than a corkboard and some office supplies. Cover the corkboard with burlap and add wall-mount file bins, binder clips, and miniature baskets to create a go-to spot for gardening catalogs, planting guides, seed packets, and markers.
In this potting shed, large galvanized-steel basins keep garden tools upright in the corner and corral bags of soil and fertilizer. Roomy canvas bags placed on higher shelves store outdoor cushions and towels.
If space allows, furnish your garage with a dedicated gardening corner. Outfit the space using repurposed indoor items, such as display shelves, a peg-style coat rack, and kitchen cabinets and countertops. Plentiful storage space will keep necessary items on hand but will reduce the amount of visible clutter.