Versatility! This ain't your Grand maws privy.....
How many uses can you think of for this cute little
storage shed? Garden tool storage is only the beginning!
about for secure package delivery? Maybe a bus stop shelter? well
house? smoke house?
goodness the sky is the limit you could even put a pad on top for
I have been dreaming of having one of these multi use sheds in my yard. Just think, no more dragging all that stuff out of the garage! I need to pot my plants for the summer, it's just a pleasant walk down my garden path and it’s all right there in the garden shed. My pots and shovels, my water fountain and gazing ball, one trip to the local nursery and I have my soil, plants and supplies.
have I ever potted all my plants in one day? I can save multiple
trips to the garage by sliding my flats of plants and equipment back
in the little storage shed, between my chosen potting times. When I return to
potting I drop down the potting bench on the side. Open the door to
my outhouse garden shed and get down to business! It so makes potting more of a
pleasure than a chore.
you a bird enthusiast? Love to feed the wild birds? What a better
place to store all your bird feeding supplies! Add some nice size shelves to
hold your plastic storage containers for the food for all the
different types of birds you feed.
you have a pool or patio….there is the storage you need for pool
toys, yard games and patio furniture. Maybe just a quick change area
for taking off that wet suit without tracking through the house with
Beekeeping your buzz? One of these little storage sheds near the hives and
there is all your bee keeping gear and tools, right near the spot you
plan to have at least two of these great little garden sheds for
myself, one in the front for potting and one in the back yard for my
barbecue and fire pit supplies.
Order yours today to take all the dreaded work of spring easy and convenient with everything you need right at your fingertips right in the area you need it!
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