I do get out in the yard and garden after (and sometimes during) rainstorms.
Do you have one of those window scrapers for snow that you've put away for the winter? Get that out and put it by your back door. You can scrape a lot of the mud off, and brush off the grass sticking to your shoes easily with one of these.
The long handle makes it easier to reach your shoes. This one is an adjustable handle and I had it all the way out.
Time to Tee Off!
Did you or your husband get a new golf bag? Don't get rid of the old one!
Make it a wheeled garden tote. It can hold various long handed tools, such as shovels, hoes, rakes. And the pockets can hold smaller spades, bulb diggers, gloves, garden clogs or anything else you may need including a water bottle.
It will maneuver around the garden and up steps and even stand upright for you. Perfect when you have a big garden.
Who Knew Some Birds Need Grit?
Old Lamp Shades
Move it, move it , move it!
Don't throw away a child's small snow saucer or sled. Keep it for use in the yard and garden.
Make a hole for a rope or it may already come with a tether attachment spot.
Use this to place dirt dug from a hole, assorted flat of plants, bag of mulch, etc...anything you need dragged across your garden or yard.
If you dig a hole for a plant, you can put the dirt in the sled and it can even serve as your mixing dish, adding you compost and pellet fertilizer and mixing well before tipping it back into the hole!
And there you go! Let me know how this works for you. I would love to hear your comments .