Category Archives: Gardening Tools

Selecting the Best Gardening Tools

There is no need to spend endless amounts of money to fill up the tool shed with every new gadget to use in the garden. Even though the hardware store is filled with an endless supply of gardening rakes, shovels, and gardening equipment, a few essential tools are really all that is required. Most gardeners can fully function in their landscape and garden by using the basic tools including a spade, stirrup hoe, pruners, garden fork, bow rake, and a cultivator. It also helps to have a […]

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Essential Gardening Tools

Acquiring your first property with a garden may be a little daunting but there really is nothing to worry about. All it takes to keep your garden tidy and beautiful is a little effort, a little time and a few essential gardening tools. Don’t rush off to the hardware store until you’ve read this article – you could end up spending much more money than you really need to. 1. A pair of scissors is the first thing you’ll need – they don’t have to be anything […]

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Choosing The Best Tools For Your Garden

Gardening can be a fun and rewarding experience. Although it does require hard work, the payoff is a beautiful yard and garden that you can enjoy all summer long. One of the keys to gardening success is choosing the right tools for the job. Whether you are caring for your lawn, growing your own vegetables or planting a flower bed, the right tools can reduce the work load and improve your results. Here are few tips to help you select the best tools for your yard and […]

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Simple Tools For Your Gardening Needs

Having the correct tool for the job always makes any job much easier. When you are gardening, you only need a small handful of very inexpensive tools to perform most all of your garden maintenance and lawn needs. As a side bonus, they also make great housewarming presents. To start with, you want a good shovel. When you are looking for a shovel you want to try to find a round pointed shovel that is tempered steel. The average shaft length should be 44 to 48 inches […]

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