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    • Orange Poppy

      Small garden tool organization for the garage.

    • Wanda Joyce

      Cute idea for garden tools! Elsewhere: Recycled Garden Tool Organization | A Gardener's Notebook

    • Laura Beth Postell

      When decorating your outdoor haven, don’t overlook the toolshed. The rustic charm of hand tools takes center stage in this eye-catching storage rack crafted from the head of an old garden rake.

    • Judy Eisenberg

      Garden ideas - Like this hanging small garden tools from an upside down rake. Clever!

    • Dori A Bishop

      Gardening tools storage rack: old garden rake! Cute idea <3

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