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April Kaeser
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My potting bench made out of wood pallets and 2x4's. On the bottom shelf is a wooden carrier used for hand tools or seeds when working in the yard & garden. The handle is made from a tree limb. Several little boxes from pallet wood were used for kitchen herbs. The names were put on the boxes using a wood burner. Being organized is my greatest ally. My potting bench is the Command Center for my garden. This is where I keep my magazines, seed catalogs and notebooks to plan my garden. This is also where I keep a box of tissues when I can't get ahead of the cutworms.
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Pallet Wood Potting Bench
 
Judith Browning
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Welcome to Permies, April! And yes, cutworms, it won't be long......
 
joe pacelli
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Way to go. Those pallets are awesome. You can always find free pallets behind chain stores that sell wood, tools, stone, etc.

Welcome to permies!!

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David Good
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Nice work - looks sturdy and utterly functional.
 
Tom Davis
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That looks great!
 
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