Published at Tuesday, December 05th, 2017 - 22:15:20 PM. . By Sonja Summers.
The garage or the potting shed can be the ideal place to stack away your basic garden equipment - like cultivators, trowels, pruning sheers and hedge trimmers. If left out in the open these tools may gather rust; and placing them on a cold cement floor, after use, should also be avoided. A pegboard put up against a wall is a good way of hanging up all your tools. Most gardening tools have sharp edges, so they should be put away with guards on them, especially if you have small children around.
A watering hose are the clumsiest piece of garden equipment you ever can own. You would no this better if youve been involved in the painful struggle of coiling up a hose. To solve this problem in the best possible manner, buy a reel to store the hose on. Reels that can attach to the side of your house are any day a better buy than those that stand on the ground.
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