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Nesting Garden Boxes from Peg and Awl

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Nesting Garden Boxes from Peg and Awl

September 12, 2013

Made from reclaimed wood that’s more than a century old, a set of three nesting garden boxes from Peg and Awl would be just as happy on a kitchen shelf. But remember that with winter coming, you’ll need a strong incentive to lure you outdoors to the potting shed.

Above: Made of oak reclaimed from a former hardware store (circa 1897) in Ephrata, PA, a set of three Nesting Garden Boxes is $140 from Peg and Awl.

Above: The small box is 13 inches long, and the largest box is 31 1/4 inches long. For specific dimensions, see Peg and Awl.

Above: The boxes have wooden handles, as well.

Planning on organizing your tools this weekend? See DIY: Toolbox for a Gardener.

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