Get Organized with Top Garden Tool Storage Ideas

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It doesn't have to be hard to store your garden tools! Take our users' best storage ideas, like how to use duffel bags, buckets, and more.  

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Many gardeners think of seed catalogs, flower beds, and colorful blossoms as spring arrives. Fruits & vegetables! You'll need equipment and a place to store them for any gardening endeavor.  

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Many horticultural tools seem designed to be difficult to store. Birds & Blooms readers submit garden tool storage suggestions.  

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"Put your small tools in a 5-gallon bucket." The lid keeps the tools dry in the rain, and it's easy to move. It can also be used as a stool to pull weeds and prune trees. —Canada's Rose Guido from Woodbridge  

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"In my shed, I keep a bucket of sand." The tools stay clean, dry, and ready to use again. That was Sandy Spears from Ashland, Kentucky.  

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"In order to store my gardening tools and gloves, I decided to plant a mailbox in my smaller garden." A resident of Battle Creek, Michigan named Susan Terry  

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“I store garden tools in a duffel bag. It includes several pockets for my favorites. Wheels make it easy to cross grass, but make sure it's washable.   

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"Always clean your garden tools before putting them away. Mud that's caked on is much harder to get off later." This step helps keep the tools in good shape.  

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