I don’t know how my husband does these things, but his ingenuity and building skills amaze me sometimes. We found a bunch of wood scraps stored behind the garden shed when we were cleaning out the debris. Because we had so much, Chris offered to build me a potting bench for Mother’s Day.
Knowing what I wanted, I found a few potting bench ideas on Pinterest, sent him a few pics and off he went to build it. And the result is amazing! You have to see it.
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My New Potting Bench
It was pretty neat watching it all come together. For the most part, it took about two days to build. But in all fairness, we were also prepping the garden shed to be painted so it probably wasn’t a full two days.
As he was putting it all together, he needed a few more pieces to build the hutch. So Chris picked up a wood pallet from one of the local retailers and finished the project.
It’s perfect for potting plants and flowers at counter height. We moved the bench behind the garden shed so clean up would be a breeze and the mess would be out of sight.
What Do You Think?
It looks incredible doesn’t it? I’ve used it a lot already to pot up my summer annuals and houseplants. And I have to say how much easier it is to work behind the shed. I don’t have to clean up the dirt. All of my tools and supplies are neat and organized. Everything is easy to find and looks pretty too!
To learn more about potting benches, check out this article from the University of Florida.
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