Country Lore: Secure Garden Hose Holder

Hollow areas in bricks or concret blocks work very well as garden hose holders.
By Kirk Miller
April/May 2009
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Here's how to use the hole in a cinder block as a garden hose holder.
PHOTO: KIRK MILLER


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When I lay out drip watering hoses or soaker hoses, I run them through holes in bricks or concrete blocks to get the hoses and drippers to stay exactly where I want them.

The bricks I use have five holes in them, so I cut each brick in half to give me more bricks.

And the best part: My garden hose holder bricks were free, put out by the curb as trash.

Kirk Miller
Richardson, TX








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