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Spring Cleaning

Store America | Apr 04, 2018

Self-Storage Gardening Tips

Stow away the tiller and other equipment.

Although you can use a garden hoe to till the land, it’s much easier with a power tiller. However, large garden equipment takes up space in a shed or a garage. When you’re done tilling, you don’t need the equipment anymore. You can keep your large equipment off-site in a storage unit and take it out only when you need it.

Stock up on seasonal supplies.

With your own storage unit, you can stock up on as many supplies as you need without worrying about taking up space at home. Whether it’s a palette full of fertilizer or stacks of potting soil and pine straw, you’ll need space for all the things that you need for the gardening season. A storage unit provides extra room for supplies, so you can collect everything in one go and organize it in its own space nearby.

Save space and store the seeds you sow.

If you’ve visited a garden center, you may have seen display stands with countless seed packets. Wouldn’t it be nice to have your own stand with all the seeds for your garden? Consider transforming a storage unit into a place for storing your seeds, pots, and other supplies you need for growing. You can keep everything in the unit until you’re ready to plant.

Grow Your Garden with Devon Self-Storage

Storage units can help to make your gardening experience even better this spring season. You’ll save space in your garage and won’t have to build a shed that takes up valuable gardening space in your backyard. Now that spring has arrived in Syracuse NY, it’s time to start gardening. Let Store America get you started with a storage unit that fits your gardening needs and budget.