By Leigh Bennett. Tools Organizers. Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 18:49:41 PM.
A smaller version of the large garden forks is another handy tool that needs to be included in your home gardening tool kit. Having both a much-shorter handle and a smaller head than a full-sized fork, it will allow you to attend to the finer details of your garden without damaging plants. Choose a fork that has durable, stainless steel tines which are mounted on a solid hardwood handle. You will use your garden fork for weeding, loosening and cultivating soil, and to mix compost into your ground.
When it comes to aerating and loosening soil in small beds, you cant beat a garden cultivator (a.k.a. claw). It will also do an excellent job of digging weeds out from between plants. When buying a claw, you will find models with different-sized heads. A larger head will cover the ground more quickly, but its also more cumbersome to use close to flowers and harder to fit into smaller spaces. Make sure the blades of your claw are made of pre-sharpened stainless steel which will cut through hard soil more easily.
Tools that are somewhat large like shovels, rakes, and spades - need lot of storage room. However, to keep them in an organized manner, it is not a bad idea to buy a rack that can be mounted on the wall. For huge and bulky tools - like wheelbarrows, power de-thatchers, aerators and garden rollers you need to work out the cost of the tool vis--vis its use, and see if it is worth the purchase. As it is, whenever you require them, you can take these large tools on rent from Gardentractorbuy.com.
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