No gardener is ready for the growing season without some tools of the trade. People often ask me what the best garden tools are for maintaining beautiful borders. It’s a pretty simple list and you may already have most, but I bet there are a few things on here you haven’t seen or heard of before that I LOVE and use all the time.
And I think I love buying new garden tools as much as I do plants and flowers. Anything that makes the job easier is a total win for me! With so many options available, these are the best garden tools to use while planting, weeding and pruning.
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My Top 10 Best Garden Tools
Here is a list of tools you may already have. I use them throughout the gardening season and update them every so often.
- Hand Tools
- Pruners 1 and Pruners 2. To me you can never have too many pruners. I misplace them all the time so I tend to keep a few on hand and store them in several areas of my yard for those moments when I want to quickly prune or deadhead.
- Spade Shovel
- Garden Shovel
- Garden Rake
But here is a list of tools you may not already own but should have to make your life easier!
- Cobra Head Weeding Tool is a gardener’s must have. Stop pulling weeds by hand using this hand tool. Weeding is so much quicker, easier and gets right under the root. This is probably my favorite gardening tool.
- Stand Up Weeding Tool is another gardening must have because it helps you weed from an upright standing position. Save your back with this awesome weeding tool!
- Collapsible Storage Bin is not so much a tool as it is helpful for collecting garden debris while working. This collapsible bin holds ALOT of garden debris, is very light and folds flat for easy storage.
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