Gardening has never been this elegant and easy with these tools

Whether you are an aspiring gardener or someone who is passionate about gardening, having the right set of tools adds to the joy of gardening.  Here's the list of must-have tools for gardening:

  • Shovels: Shovels are used for digging, and shifting more massive dumps of soil. It is an essential tool for every gardener worth his salt.
  • Hand pruners: If you have a small terrace garden or a bigger garden, hand pruners are useful in trimming down smaller branches, cutting larger flowers and chipping roots before planting them into the ground.
  • Hand weeder: The smaller but sharp blades of hand weeder are effective in removing unwanted weeds clogging up the garden.
  • Scissors: Scissors are essentials in removing dead flowers, cutting herbs and slicing thin-stemmed plants.
  • Water beakers: Water beakers come handy in nourishing younger saplings in the garden and watering the older ones. These beakers ensure proper water distribution for your garden without using much water. Watering plants through the water pipe consume a lot of water, and most of it gets washed away. Therefore, using water beakers makes sense.
  • Shears: Shears are bigger scissors used for cutting down the grass around tree trunks and shrubs. If you have a sizeable garden, do have a garden shear at your disposal.
  • Forks: Garden forks are designed for mingling large amounts of compost, hay, and soil in the garden.
  • Cultivator: Cultivators are used in activities before plantation of new plants in the garden. They scratch the soil surface and makes it porous for water.
  • Trowel: Trowels are also known as transplanters. They are known for precision digging. Their narrow blade helps in planting bedding plants.
  • Mattock and Pick:They can be used for various activities such as cutting blades, roots and breaking the ground. Picks are potent tools to perform hard ground-breaking.
  • Garden Gloves: If you love your hands as much as you love gardening, why make your hands dirty? Keep your hands clean. Keep them safe from harmful garden chemicals and fertilizers.  Put on garden gloves and get going with the love of gardening. These gloves protect your hands from cuts and abrasion.