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Today I want to share with you my favorite gardening tools available from Amazon! This article can be used for ideas of tools that may help you out in your garden or as a gift guide for other gardeners you know! (Or send the link to someone who will be shopping for gifts for you!) Great quality gardening tools not only make time in the garden more productive but they can make it much more enjoyable as well! Click on any of these images to shop the link.
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#1 Fiskars Gardening Trowel
My gardening trowel is one of my most often used vegetable gardening tools. I own a number of the Fiskars brand gardening tools and been very satisfied with the quality. A gardening trowel has many uses including planting, weeding, transplanting and digging up medium to small vegetables.
# 2 Shovel
My next favourite gardening tool has got to be my big shovel! It is useful for mixing compost into garden soil in the spring and fall, digging up large vegetables during harvest, removing large weeds and for planting trees, shrubs or perennials. I don't know what I would do without a good quality shovel!
#3 Watering Can
Every gardener needs a good quality watering can! (Although I have been known to use an empty Folgers container as a watering can in a pinch.) Something like the ones above both look nice and distribute the water evenly so you don't end up with small seeds washed away or a large divot in your soil after watering.
# 4 Snippers
My husband gifted me a pair of these Fiskars gardening snips (image on the top left) for my birthday this year and I have fallen in love with them! They live in my gardening basket and are used nearly every time I head out to the garden. They are amazing for everything from deadheading and pruning to harvesting chives, herbs, lettuce, kale and Swiss Chard, as well as trimming the tops off beets and carrots! If you don't wish to purchase the snips, a high quality pair of scissors also works well.