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How I made a sack truck for another pot man

Jamespeter100
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How I made a sack truck for another pot man

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 The pot man on the right isn’t easily moved. So I thought of a sack truck man. I’ve always liked sack trucks, offical ones come in a variety of shapes. There are ones for large milk cans as well.

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 The sack truck as a holder for pots of succulents. 

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 the 1/2 inch bolts are for the cute wheels at Bunnings.

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 The Bunnings near me has 17cm pots for $1.00 . The insulator in the pic represents a toilet roll holder. The pansies were sown from seeds purchased at Bunnings, but they have trays of them as well. In the pic below, I’ve called him, not 007, but 807. 

 

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The following picture is how I expect these to flower. 

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 The following picture is how I water a large ball of potting mix. Remember, holding the hose on the top for a few seconds only waters the top few inches of potting mix. There are enough sticks to hold four upturned bottles. 

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MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
Bunnings Team Member

Re: How I made a sack truck for another pot person.

Another inspiring project @Jamespeter100! I am very envious of your green thumb. Everything you seem to plant grows so amazingly well.

 

Many thanks for sharing and including the materials used in the project.

 

Mitchell

 

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