13 Amazing Tools to Make Your Gardening Easy and Fun

Spring is coming, and so is the thought of gardening. Although having a well-groomed jazzy garden is pleasing, it is also pretty time-consuming!

And if you are not fit enough, it will be tiring, too!

To keep it cool and comfortable, here is a list of crackerjack tools that can conclusively create your convenience.

1. Gloves with Digging Claws

Gardening gloves not only protect your hands from broken fingernails, aching fingertips, and other injuries due to sharp objects, but also keep your hands clean, neat, and stainless.

But these gloves with attached claws are much more than that. They make you work like a pro! Wearing them, you can easily dig, plant, and rake your garden in full pace, while they provide your hand every comfort you expect from a pair of quality gloves.

2. Wheeled Gardening Cart

Running back to the shed over and over again to get your tools is stressful and eats up your time, too! Take all of them in a wheeled cart and carry it along while you are gardening.

Make sure that it is much lighter than those old barrows and moves smoothly over your grassy ground. Look for those with some bonus utilities. Such as, with raised baskets or built-in seats with a garden tool organizer underneath to get things handy and stay relaxed while gardening.

3. Garden Kneeler

Knee pain is often involved with gardening. Using these garden kneelers combined with cushions help you avoid stress on your knees, and can also be used as a stool.

A preferable garden kneeler is light, but can hold the weight of as much as 250 pounds! They are foldable to fit in your storage easily and some also come with a lifetime warranty.

4. Hori Hori

If you are tired of your trowel since it binds and breaks easily under pressure and is only suitable for digging in loose soil, take hori hori as your savior. Unlike a trowel, it is capable of digging up tenacious weeds, roots, and rocks.

Hori hori is a strong single steel made dagger looking tool that is not sharp and has slim pieces of wood covering its handle end to make sure your hand doesn’t get hurt.

5. Hula Hoe

When it comes to weeding around your delicate plants, there is usually a possibility of damaging them. But hula hoe enables you to cut those weeds to their roots without harming your plants.

While using this tool, you have to push and pull it like those back and forth dance moves, which have possibly inspired its super cool name.

6. Flame Weeder

This tool holds a torch in it that safely flames the weeds without harming your feet. Flame weeders are designed to clean weeds from places where you don’t want any living things to grow.

So, it is ideal to get rid of the weeds that grow in the cracks of your driveway or those that you need to clean from the bed before you start planting. But since it produces flame, be conscious while using it; store and apply carefully.

7. Retractable Hose Reel

You cannot just leave your gardening hose lying across the ground instead of packing it up again for storage. It can not only cause an accident but also get damaged by the sun.

Get a retractable hose reel to end this pain safely and comfortably forever. It makes organizing and storing your hose pretty handy and keeps it knot and gas free.

8. Garden Hose Wand

Water your garden with a hose wand for less stress, which is a good alternative to nozzles which from time to time make you climb a step-stool or ladder or to grip in painful ways.

Garden hose wands are very light and can be operated by using only your thumb. They also give a very gentle shower that makes it easily controllable.

9. Smart Watering Controller

If you do not want to worry about watering your plants at all, use this smart watering controller. The best thing about this device is that it can work with your existing watering system on its own while saving your water.

10. Pole Pruners

To maintain the health of your garden trees, it is very important to prune it once in a year. But it is a difficult task if you want to do it on your own. Hiring a professional to do this will also cost you money.

Make your task easy with pole pruners. There are different types of pole pruners available on the market, including telescopic models.

So, it is better to spend $50-$150 at a time over them and cut those branches that have been standing on your yard for years.

11. Berry Comb

This is an easy-breezy way to harvest your blueberries. All you have to do is to run the tool across the shrubbery and that’s it! Berry combs have prongs in them that pluck the berries from their branches and place them inside the tool.

With this tool you can also harvest huckleberries, some types of blackberries and other small fruits.

12. Telescopic Fruit Pickers

This tool is ideal to pick your desirable fruit from the tree. For its telescopic ability you can determine its length according to the distance, which makes plucking fruits easier for you and enables you to grab the fruit you want.

It also has a cage below its claw-like tines that plucks the fruit. So, when plucked, the fruit gets deposited inside the cage, keeping it fresh and unharmed.

13. Power booster Blower

Cleaning your lawn is a tiring job to do and takes hours to get it done. But with a power booster blower it becomes easy like anything. Thankfully, it is designed in such a way that it clears away even the most stubborn debris from your yard.

Conclusion

What is spring without charming gardens around our homes! So, use these amazing tools and enjoy your gardening while you decorate.

Amelia
 

Amelia Robinson is a lover of plants and gardens, as well as an educator on this topic. It’s her goal to make sure that you get the chance to learn what you need to about gardening to succeed with your own home garden at the blog RobinsonLovePlants.com. You’re not going to find just a collection of basic articles about gardening here. Instead, she wants to answer the difficult questions for you. She tweets at @robinsonplants

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