Wagons and Carts at the Sale

Bringing your own cart, whatever size, is a great way to make shopping easier. Here are some ideas from your fellow shoppers.

A stroller is pretty much as good as a grocery cart, in terms of storage.

Black plastic crates on an L-shaped cart.

The small footprint of a cart like this makes shopping easy. And lots of protected storage space for your plants. 

Blue stacking bins on a push cart

Use what you have!

L-shaped base on wheels with 10 plastic bins with tops

You can use bins of different heights to get more plants into the same amount of space. This cart also has a tall, flexible flag on it so its owners can spot it across the room.

Probably our favorite cart of all time. Compact but holds a lot of plants, and colorful! We don't know how they get it in the car with all their plants, though.

One of the simplest ideas: A hand cart with three milk crates held by bungee cords. Comes apart in the, mobile during the sale... great idea!

Adding some structure on top of your green garden cart is a great way to go if you can haul the cart in your vehicle. The larger wheels on this type of cart are handy for the varying floor conditions.

This person took a cheap plastic shelf and put it into their green garden cart. Even easier than building shelves.

Style points for this re-used of three sleds... We watch this guy and his cart every year!

Turning a hand cart on its side is another option if you want to get more bins than will fit on the height, or have a tree or two you need to haul.

Adding some height and storage space to a Radio Flyer-type wagon, using scrap lumber.

Or just add some milk crates to your little metal wagon.

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