So, to come up with a clean, green and healthy garden we need our garden tools. Some of the garden tools that we find very helpful are the following: spade, hand trowel, digging fork, hoe, dandelion digger, rake, hand cultivator, bypass pruners, loppers, and long hose with a rain wand. The spade is perfect for digging, planting holes, edging beds, removing sod, and moving small amounts of soil or amendments. The hand trowels are perfect for planting small annuals, herbs, and vegetables; planting container gardens, digging out weeds, and mixing potting mixes.
The digging forks are indispensable for lifting and dividing perennials, loosening compacted soil, and turning compost piles. Hoe is perfect for weeding between rows of vegetables. Dandelion diggers are perfect for digging out any weed that has a long taproot, including plantains, Queen Anne's lace, and, of course, dandelions. The rake is for raking autumn leaves and cleaning out beds in the spring. The hand cultivators are very useful for removing small weeds and roughing up the soil for seeding, both in containers and in garden beds. Bypass pruners are necessary for all kinds of jobs around the garden, including deadheading, gentle shaping, and removing spent foliage. Loppers are absolutely necessary for anyone who has trees and shrubs in their landscape. The long hose with a rain wand is one that can reach to every area of your yard, will save you plenty of aggravation. You won't have to move hoses, and there won't be any odd corners that you never manage to water
Our garden tools are considered as our friend. Without our friend, our life wouldn’t be complete. Same as gardening, our whole efforts will end with nothing if we don’t have these tools available all the time. If we want 100% accuracy in our garden against weeds, pest, and any unwanted condition that may attack or ruin our garden anytime, so garden tools are very appropriate and necessary to combat the following threats mentioned. Life is perfect with our garden tools. So, have one now! Our garden says it all! . See the latest power tools at http://www.tools.com/