If you’re anÂ inveterate gardener, but lack talent for organizing your materials, you came to the right place. Follow the next quick and cheap tips and change the way you practice your favorite hobby.
Do you have a lot of tools and supplies and no space? Then, hang them up against the wall. There are several ways to do it! The easier one is to hang them on peg rails or a trellis, but you can also build or buy a wall organizer or a pegboard.
Is there an old cart lost in your garage that you don’t use anymore? Use it to keep your materials and change its spot according to your needs.
A lot of people change their mailbox and throw the old one in the garbage. That’s because they aren’t gardeners. Use your old mailbox and store your tools inside. You can later stake it in the ground, next to your garden or attach it to your organizing area.
You can also use old wood scraps and spigots to build a rustic tool rack.
Organize the tools you need to take with you in an old milk bottle carrier or combine aÂ bucket with a carpenter’s nail belt or a ragged pair of jeans and make your own portable tool caddy.
You can also use an old shelf or dresser and store the tools and supplies in there.
Create a cute planting calendar using just ribbons and clothespins.
And here’s also a cleaning tip for your tools that will save you some time: keep your tools in an old pot filled with sand and sprinkled with mineral or linseed oil. The mix will clean the devices and preserve them.