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March 16, 2006

Marston & Langinger Bucket Bag


Lucia van der Post raved about this garden bucket bag in the March 3 Financial Times "How To Spend It" supplement.

    She wrote:

    It is the sort of eminently useful acquisition that every household, no matter how minuscule its surrounding green space, requires — a strongly–made heavy–duty green and black gardening bag.

    What I like about it is the sturdiness of the canvas and the ample pockets which take the small tools that light gardening requires — the trowel, the fork, the mini hoe, etc.

    In the middle is room for a bucket into which milady, as she drifts through her vegetable patch or rose garden, places the newly gathered baby vegetables, herbs or flowers.

    For those of us who have to make do with tiny urban patches or even merely window boxes to satisfy our horticultural urges, the bucket bag comes in mighty useful.

From the website:

    This bag is designed for use as a lightweight bucket, with pockets for gardeners tools and accessories.

    Made in strong nylon fabric, it can be used for weeds, carrying produce or similar tasks in the garden.

True, it costs nearly nine times as much as the collapsible bucket featured here on March 8 but then, that one didn't come highly recommended by Lucia van der Post, did it?


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Don't know why anyone would spend that much on something about the same as a $20.00 model. Two types are here:


Or google "bucket boss" it is way cheaper

Posted by: richard | Mar 16, 2006 1:23:55 PM

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