Garden tips #5

Check these easy tips at to organize your garage or shed.

Here is a quick summary for you:

  1. Tool Wall
  2. Pegboard Organizer
  3. Another Use for a Bike Basket
  4. Garden Tool Center
  5. Pegboard Organizer (yet again)
  6. Rust-Free Toolbox
  7. Hand-Tool Checklist
  8. Paintbrush Rack
  9. Car Trunk Organizer
  10. Trellis Organizer
  11. Crate Cabinets
  12. Bucket-Hose Storage
  13. Rubber-Coated Hook Hangers
  14. Cupboard Potting Shed
  15. Storing Seeds
  16. Twine Dispenser
  17. Garden Tool Container
  18. A Garage Is Transformed

Garden tips #4

Enjoy these 15 ideas at to organize your gardening supplies.

Here is a quick summary for you:

1. Use an old rolling cart and store your tools on wheels.

2 – 5. Hang your gardening supplies up against the wall: build a pegboard, a wall organizer, or hang them on a trellis or pegs rails.

6 – 8. Take your tools to the garden with you: turn a carpenter’s nail belt or an old pair of jeans into a portable tool caddy, or use something you already have like an old milk bottle carrier.

9 – 10. Reuse an old mailbox: stake it in the ground or attach it to the side of a raised bed.

11 – 12. Upcycle an old shelf or dresser.

13. Create a planting calendar with some ribbon and clothespins.

14. Build a garden tool rack using old spigots and wood scraps.

15. Keep your tools in a terracotta pot filled with sand and a little bit of mineral oil (or try another oil like linseed): the mixture will clean the tools and prevent rust and corrosion.

Garden tips #1

Check out these 16 genius ideas at for your garden tool organization.

Here is a quick summary for you:

  1. Hang a bike basket to hold gardening gloves, twine, and other gardening essentials.
  2. Wrap your garden hose around a bucket hung on the wall.
  3. Turn a pallet into a garden tool organization center.
  4. Create a garden carry-all to take with you wherever you go in the garden.
  5. Choose one wall in your garage to organize all those tools with long handles.
  6. Alternatively, here’s a wooden garden tool rack for the large tools.
  7. Reuse some of your old jeans to create this garden tool bucket.
  8. Use an old steel rake to organize your hand tools.
  9. If you’re not afraid of a weekend project, you’ll fall in love with this DIY potting bench.
  10. Attach a mailbox to the side of a raised garden bed to keep your tools right where you need them.
  11. Or install a mailbox near your garden, and put your gloves and most frequently used tools inside.
  12. Install strips of wood along the wall with knobs or hooks for hanging your tools.
  13. Fill clay pots with sand and stick your hand tools in them to keep them sharp and organized.
  14. Can you believe this used to be an old file cabinet?
  15. Use scrap wood and old knobs and spigots to create a rustic, weathered garden tool rack.
  16. And, finally, let’s not forget one of our favorite organizational tools: the pegboard!