Inclement weather potting bench

When the weather is bad I move into the GH. I use a shelf extension with a pull out basket attached holding a container to catch the potting soil that I miss getting into the pot. When it’s not needed it is pushed back under the main shelf.
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All comments are welcome.       John

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6 thoughts on “Inclement weather potting bench

  1. Granny needs a greenhouse 😦

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  2. Granny needs a greenhouse 😦

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  3. Looks like what I need- but my greenhouse isn’t as wide as yours. This would be helpful when it’s needed. I was wondering, where are you located?

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  4. Looks like what I need- but my greenhouse isn’t as wide as yours. This would be helpful when it’s needed. I was wondering, where are you located?

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  5. That is brilliant! Scoot over, I’m movin’ in. ;^)
    PS: Came here from Granny’s blog since you made her that nice soil blocker and she was saying all sorts of wonderful things about you. Seems she’s right too. ::g::

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  6. Told ya Granny. I spend a good bit of time in there through the year. I have been known to trudge through the snow to the GH, sit in my directors chair and prop my feet up in 80deg climate (and you guessed it) with a BM in my hand. 🙂

    Tessa, the GH is 8ft wide and there are times it could be wider but I have to keep myself under control. I live in Zone 5, PA.

    Thanks Jenn and Granny. I keep an eye on Granny but I suspect all the guys do. 🙂

    John

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