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Garden hand tools

One of our go to tools in the garden is and probably always will be the trowel. But it's good to have a wide range of hand tools that you can carry with you throughout the garden and use for there varies benefits. Another favorite is the dibber for transplanting our seedlings.
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Which garden hand tools to use

With a wide range of hand tools out there it can by difficult to pick which one suits your needs. The basics we suggest are; A good trowel, a dibber and a watering can. A good way to think, what can I do easily with my hands and what would be easier with a handy tool. Planting bulbs is a good example for this, it saves a lot of time to use a bulb planter.

Copper garden hand tools

Navigating the world of garden tools can be a challenge, especially with the increasing number of options available. However, one choice that consistently stands out is the use of copper garden hand tools. A good trowel or rake made from copper can make a significant difference in your gardening experience.

What gardening scissor is for you

When it comes to precision and efficiency in your gardening tasks, a pair of quality scissors can be your best ally. From the rugged strength of a heavy-duty scissor that can tackle the thickest branches, to the precision of a pointed tip scissor that makes routine trimming a breeze, the right tool can make all the difference. And let's not forget the small but mighty harvesting scissor, perfect for reaping the rewards of your green-fingered efforts.

Handy sowing tools

With garden hand tools also come easy to use sowing tools. We love to use the transplant set to move about our small seedlings. And for sowing, the adjustable seed dispenser is a nice addition.

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Hand tools

Which garden hand tools to use

With a wide range of hand tools out there it can by difficult to pick which one suits your needs. The basics we suggest are; A good trowel, a dibber and a watering can. A good way to think, what can I do easily with my hands and what would be easier with a handy tool. Planting bulbs is a good example for this, it saves a lot of time to use a bulb planter.

Copper garden hand tools

Navigating the world of garden tools can be a challenge, especially with the increasing number of options available. However, one choice that consistently stands out is the use of copper garden hand tools. A good trowel or rake made from copper can make a significant difference in your gardening experience.

What gardening scissor is for you

When it comes to precision and efficiency in your gardening tasks, a pair of quality scissors can be your best ally. From the rugged strength of a heavy-duty scissor that can tackle the thickest branches, to the precision of a pointed tip scissor that makes routine trimming a breeze, the right tool can make all the difference. And let's not forget the small but mighty harvesting scissor, perfect for reaping the rewards of your green-fingered efforts.

Handy sowing tools

With garden hand tools also come easy to use sowing tools. We love to use the transplant set to move about our small seedlings. And for sowing, the adjustable seed dispenser is a nice addition.
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