An outdoor organizer with a down-to-earth design

When you live in a house you usually have a small piece of land surrounding your house, too. Most people choose to cover it with grass or maybe with stones in order to arrange a special outdoor place where to spend the beautiful days and nights of summer. Well, there are still some people who choose to plant flowers, bushes, shrubberies and even small trees because they just like gardening. I am one of those people and I love working the land, even though I do not pretend to be a very skilled gardener nor do I dare to say I obtain some excellent results. But I do using my hands and turning a useless piece of land into a beautiful and green oasis. But I realized a gardener has lots of gardening tools and they need all of them handy , easy to reach when you need them. So I got this  outdoor organizer with a down-to-earth design that is both very useful and also very nice.

This is actually a very nice looking apron that is made of cotton duck fabric. It has many pockets that are bigger or smaller and that can be used for storing different gardening tools. It has a natural color with Navy topstitching and is made of a very resistant fabric that is also a raw material. You can choose to wear the apron yourself, wrapped around your waste or, if you kneel while gardening and it is a bit uncomfortable to wear, you can wrap it around a bucket and keep it within reach. Either way, it is very handy and you can purchase it for $28.

Published by in Outdoor, on May 11th, 2012


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