Welcome to February, which thankfully is the shortest winter month. I’m already thinking about the garden and what I’ll add to it this year. A charming garden shed would make a great addition, and any of these will do! (This post contains affiliate links.)
If I put a shed out by the vegetable garden, it needs to have a window or two in order to start some cuttings or plants from seed.
Red always makes for a charming garden shed and this one reminds me of a small home in Sweden.
How cute is this little pig weathervane atop this little shed? There’s even a rain barrel to collect water off the roof. The rain water can then be used to water the plants in the raised garden beds. I have a rain barrel that captures water off my garden shed roof and I love the convenience it provides for watering flowers and plantings around the pond. Not to mention, the water contains great nutrients!
A cheery green shed enjoys a wood-shingled roof and a picket fence flower box. Bird houses attract feathered friends to the garden. A little white bench provides a place to rest while gardening. So cute!
A Dutch door allows breezes to blow into the potting shed on a hot summer day. Although we have a shed for our lawn mower and shovels, I would love to have another charming garden shed that’s just for potting things up.
A green roof with sedum tops a little red brick shed with blue trim. Foxglove add to the cottage appeal of this garden structure.
This is the style of shed my parents had in their backyard, although it wasn’t made of barn wood like this one.
Oftentimes, the inside of a shed can be just as charming as the outside.
Garden Shed Options
Here are some cute garden sheds that would look great in the yard. Click on any of the images to learn more about them.
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