wood potting station by sith & hawken
Photo Gemma Comas
Features tool hangers and plenty of storage and work space
Green thumbs would never hibernate for the winter when they could plot their next victory gardens at a year-round command center instead. Any of them would love to have this rot-resistant cypress potting bench: A generous 24 inches deep and 37 inches wide, it's big enough to store all the needed gear. The removable work surface is easy to clean, and there's room underneath for stashing seed catalogs and gardening gloves. A sturdy bottom shelf offers the perfect landing spot for trugs, watering cans, and pots; a row of hooks keeps tools within reach. If you're gifting this to your favorite gardener, assemble it ahead of time and add a trowel, a garden fork, and a big bag of potting soil—then watch the recipient bloom with delight. About $200 (tools not included); Smith & Hawken
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