Do not rush into buying as you might just end up with unnecessary tools. In fact, many have purchased garden tools that are made to sit in their tool shed for years, wondering if they’ll ever be used again. Here’s a helpful list of must-have tools for every gardener:
Gardening always starts with planting and that means digging holes on the ground. This is why the shovel tops the list. This is also one of the tools that are frequently used. There are many types of shovels but if you have to settle with only one go for the round point shovel. It is able to dig holes, move dirt and lift plants. Round point shovels come with either a long handle or a short one, which one to use is a matter of choice. Long handles save you from bending while short handles provide more balance. As you’ll be using this tool often, go for quality shovels that may be a bit expensive but sturdy enough to last for many years.
You guessed it right, another tool for planting. Sometimes you do not really have to dig deep into the ground. For small planting holes and weed removal, a trowel will suffice. Look for a trowel that is lightweight and has a handle that provides for easy and comfortable grip. It is also important for a trowel to have a sturdy blade
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