We love sweet peas and clematis and this trellis will show them off in grand style. We made our trellis really tall. You can adjust all the dimensions down if you want a shorter trellis.
Also known as a trug or a caddy, our garden tool carrier is a little small but you can make it any size you like using these easy instructions as a basic plan.
A weed whackers is one of those tools that is always in the way because they are hard to store. You can not stand them up very well and when you lay them down you always trip over them. This simple little stand is easy to build and solves the storage problem once and for all.
This project comes from Marilyns dad Frank who actually built it many years ago. I have no idea where he got the plans but it is a simple and nice looking design for an old fashioned Shaker style wall box.
This is a neat basket to put your fresh picked veggies in. Once they are in the basket just turn the hose on and rinse them off. All the dirt goes to the ground and you are left with nice clean veggies.
Follow along at the link and build a Picnic Caddy. It is a handy caddy to carry all your picnic supplies to the table.
If your garden tools are anything like ours then you will spend some time digging them out from behind other tools. We have designed this garden tool organizer to hold your long handled tools to make them easy to find.
It seems like space is always a problem when planting a garden. How about going vertical? This strawberry planter does just that. This project requires a compound miter saw because of some of the compound angles you will have to cut.
The designs included are appropriate for inshore and coastal fisheries and emphasis has been placed on relative ease of construction and minimum wastage of timber. Download the free plan at the link.
Designed and built correctly, a wood fence looks as if it grew right in place. To keep in what you want kept in and keep out what you want kept out around your place, you need a good fence.