1. Ratcheting Loppers
Traditional sheers are great for small branches but ratcheting loppers can make quick work of almost any branch or any size. And they can cut more cleanly, meaning you won’t have to wrestle with that last bit of green clinging to the rest of the tree. Ratcheting loppers can make pruning much easier and safer, all because they give you more cutting power with much less effort.
2. Root Watering Tools
Water Blossom is an ingenious new root watering tool that helps plants grow healthier and stronger by getting water straight to their roots. In general, we water gardens to simulate rainfall: by sprinkling it on the plants. But much of that water can be lost, never reaching the roots of the plants, where it is most needed. Water Blossom Creations came up with a colorful root watering stake that funnels water deeply into the earth for the roots to pick up. The result is healthier plants brought about by more efficient watering. Plus, they are made to look like beautiful flowers, so they actually make your garden even more beautiful.
3. Hand Rakes
A classic but absolutely necessary tool for gardeners who grow smaller plants, a hand rake is simply one of your most indispensable tools. These little helpers are useful at almost every stage in gardening. You can dig
4. Garden Brooms
Garden brooms are sort of divvied up into multiple products in North America. We have rakes and brooms and diggers and multiple products that are all meant to do roughly the same thing: organize a garden and keep it clean. But garden brooms combine some of that all together into one handy product. Many are made with coconut tree branches, which stay effective in almost any weather. With a garden broom, you can gently sweep away leaves from around plants and turn up some