The lucky gardener who has a potting shed knows it is a place of beginnings. While the garden may seem dormant outside, inside the seedlings sprout.
This quaint stone building provides the necessities for a gardener’s work. A worktable and chair make the task of planning and potting a little easier. Several old wooden cabinets have been collected and repurposed to provide needed storage. Behind the glass doors of one cabinet you can see the vases and pots awaiting flowers.
To minimize clutter, tools that are not required on a daily basis are stored in lower cabinets. And with the addition of a few nails, the lattice shelf near the door is a handy place to hang a garden hat and a convenient spot for smaller hand tools. The drawers at the base of the shelf are home to collections of seed packets. Large tools such as shovels, spades, and rakes stand at attention in the corner as if waiting for their gardener to enter and for work to begin.
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