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All Avid Gardeners Need a Potting Station

Potting stations are functional spaces that give the gardener ample space to do such tasks as mixing soils and fertilizers, removing small, starter plants out of their nursery containers, transplanting things from one container to another, and generally making a mess in the process of cultivating and planting growing things.


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Potting stations can be simple or elaborate. A basic potting station includes:

  • A counter-height surface for working with comfort and avoiding back strain
  • Watering can and easy access to garden hose
  • Potting soil and fertilizer
  • Gardening gloves
  • Trowel, clippers, and other small gardening tools
  • Pots and potting containers
  • Tubs for mixing soil
  • Receptacle for green waste
  • Receptacle for non-green waste, such as plastic nursery flats

A self-assembly potting bench purchased at a gardening center can be an economical start for the creation of a potting station. These are often designed with the basics of work surface, a shallow upper shelf, and a lower storage shelf under the work surface. These basic requirements for a potting station can also be cobbled together successfully with separate components, such as an old picnic table, a long board raised on concrete blocks at the back of the table, and bins or tubs that fit underneath the table.

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The location of a potting station needs to be considered carefully. Since it's a work area, ideal placement will be out of sight of patio and garden seating areas, tucked out of view and yet easily accessible. If the potting station is too far from the areas where newly potted plants will go – such as porches, patios, and decks – a wagon or similar mode of transport will be needed. Moving planted containers can be heavy work. If there are steps to negotiate, a hand truck (also referred to as a dolly) might be the best option.

Regular use of the potting station will inspire "bells and whistles" that reflect a particular gardener's needs and preferences. One common requirement is to have a stand for planting hanging baskets. A concrete block stood on end to support the basket is a simple solution. The gardener can turn the hanging basket on this temporary stand during the planting process, and then tuck the block under or next to the potting station when it's not needed.

When space is plentiful and grounds are large, building a potting station next to a greenhouse and storage shed for large gardening tools is an excellent solution. Whether large or small, a potting station is a functional, creative space – a gardener's happy place.

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