by Connie Oswald Stofko
Do you need a work surface for potting and other gardening tasks? Would it be helpful if you could easily move that table from one area to another?
Use this great tip from Rick Martinez of Niagara Falls, NY:
“Since my garden is made up of a series of ‘garden rooms,’ I found that a stationary work surface just wasn’t working. An easy solution to my problem consisted of two large plastic garbage bins and a 2×6-foot piece of 1/2-inch plywood. It’s a perfect working height for me, light weight and very portable.”
What’s your favorite gardening tip? Please leave a comment below.
5 Comments on “Make a handy, portable work surface with tip from Niagara Falls gardener”
Great! I have the materials – can do !!! Thanks.
These are all such good ideas!
we put a wide board on top of our wheel barrel and we move it around the yard when dividing plants, it make a great work surface.
Great idea! I’d add a hole in the board to toss waste right into the bin.
And it’s easy to store for the winter!