by April Reinhardt
(last updated July 10, 2020)
After mowing the lawn I usually use the weed eater to trim the areas close to the fences and around trees. At those times, it's quite exasperating to realize that I forgot to bring enough weed eater twine with me from the garage. What's even more exasperating, however, is when I finally reach the garage and discover that I cannot find the twine. If my garage were organized and tidy, I would have a place for all of my gardening tools and I wouldn't have to endure the inevitable frustration of not being able to find the stuff I need, when I need it.
Storing your gardening tools so that you know where everything is can save you much time, money, and frustration. Here are some great tips for storing your gardening tools:
A good time to organize and create a place for your gardening tools is early in spring, while the weather is still cool. If you plan to use your garage or a shed to store your tools, open the doors to allow cool air inside, tune your radio to music you like, and just start organizing.
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