Garden Tool Shopping

February 26, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Flower Gardening Garden tools are the earliest invention by man. These hand tools for gardening were made from bone, flint, and wood. Metal working started in about 5000BC. Iron and steel working came in around 2000BC. The engineering revolution in garden tools is a matter of some centuries. Power tools have replaced hand tools where time and profit are of essence. Garden tools have become essential components of household gardening. Nature provides everything that a plant needs. A garden in a neighborhood competition requires more than water, air and sunlight. The soil has to be tilled to make it a good recipient of air, water, sunlight, and sometime fertilizers. The plants need pruning just before the onset of spring to give better results in the shape of fruits, flowers, and fragrance. There are many more activities related to having a good garden. Garden tools make things easier and pleasurable. Some of the most commonly used garden tools are garden shredders, cultivators, leaf sweeper, hedge trimmer, spading fork, and mattock. The shredders are used for shredding and pruning of trees and hedges. The heavy duty shredders have a plunger and built-in wheels. Cultivators are used to dig into the hard and compacted soil. They are also used for aerating, thatching, and cleaning the moss. Leaf sweeper is required for collecting dry and dead leaves from a lawn or garden. Edge trimmer trims the hedges and also does the job of pruning. Spading fork is used for transplanting

Tool Maintenance with William Moss

September 12, 2010 by Mario  
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Welcome to Urban Sustainable Living with Patti Moreno & friends. William Moss shows us the process of cleaning and sharpening your garden tools for peak performance during the gardening season. Don’t forget to visit http for more information.

Eva Solo Garden Tool Set

August 27, 2010 by Mario  
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Good news for green fingers Theres good news this spring for everyone with green fingers the Eva Solo® garden tool set with trowel and fork is an innovative take on a practical set of gardening tools for planting and arranging flowers and greenery for the garden and the balcony. Launched Spring 2010

Fiskars 7067 3-Piece Softouch Garden Tool Set

July 12, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under 16 Fiskars 7067 3-Piece Softouch Garden Tool Set Especially for people with the green thumb, gardening is really a very fun and worthwhile hobby. However, gardening is not limited to those with given talent in raising good plants. Many people are interested in this field precisely because the output of this hobby is really amazing. One would create an output that is good to the eye and at the same time, beneficial to the environment and to our Mother Earth. Thus, a portion of the land is reserved for gardening. In addition to the place where the garden will be located and the plants that will be planted, it is also important to have gardening tools. Having great gardening tools is a very important factor to come up with a great garden that would not only be appreciated by the individual who created the garden but also by other people who happen to see the heavenly creation. Fiskars 7067 3-Piece Softouch Garden Tool Set is a garden tool set that would ensure that plants will be planted easily and at the same time, the gardener would not be in any way physically harmed by the usual hard and not user-friendly gardening equipments. Fiskars 7067 3-Piece Softouch Garden Tool Set includes a trowel, transplanter and cultivator. A trowel is a flat-bladed hand tool used for leveling, spreading, or shaping substances such as cement or mortar. On the other hand, a transplanter is used by a gardener who moves plants in different locations. This is especially important for

Gardening Tool Reviews

June 24, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under 16 – Which gardening tools are best and which ones won’t stand the test of time? Find out with these reviews of popular tools – get tool specs and find out what real customers had to say about the product.

How to Assemble a Gardening Tool Set

June 8, 2010 by Mario  
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Learn how to put together a complete gardening tool set with these tips.

Harbor Freight Tool Visit and 6×8 and 10×12 Greenhouse Updates

May 28, 2010 by Mario  
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John of takes you to Harbor Freight Tool, one of his favorite places to shop for tools including gardening tools. He purchased both his 6′ x 8′ and 10′ x 12′ green houses at harbor freight. He gives an update of how they have done so far.

Tips on How to Select Basic Garden Tool

May 25, 2010 by Mario  
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Tips on How to Select Basic Garden Tool. Step 1 Choose a spading fork as your first tool. You need to available and enhance the land. A spading fork appears like a pitchfork however includes a quicker manage and wider tines. Step 2 Next, select a hoe. The hoe is helpful for weeding and creating the area from the land to permit for penetration of nutrition and also water. Step 3 Select a watering can. Lengthy nozzles let the water to come out with a really gentle circulation rate and therefore are helpful for reaching throughout lengthy distances. Choose a watering could which has a removable spray head – this kind of watering could is ideal for watering small seedlings. Step 4 Choose a round-ended spade for bigger digging projects, for example planting shrubs and also trees. Step 5 Get a good bend rake that has short tines on 1 side mounted on a steel frame or ‘bow.’ It is utilized for progressing the land after it is often switched and prior to growing, or for removing big clods of soil or rocks from your soil. Step 6 Choose a set of shears that matches easily in your hands. Shears, occasionally known as clippers, can be used pruning, shaping and also eliminating foliage or limbs.

StuckOnTools® Tool Organization Systems

May 23, 2010 by Mario  
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The StuckOnTools® Tool Organization Systems consist of durable, powder coat painted, rust resistant steel boards, which clean up quickly. They make your work areas – garage, shop, kitchen, office, hobby – come alive with color and convenience. Browse our Product Catalog area for our current StuckOnTools product line designed to help you organize everything including: Garage/Shop Tools; Gardening Tools; Kitchen Utensils; Office/Work Areas…and more!

A Surprise Gardening Tool

April 27, 2010 by Mario  
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Instead of buying expensive, specialty gardening knives for cutting and pulling weeds, we recommend repurposing your grapefruit knives to do the trick! Grapefruit knives are long, slightly curved and thin kitchen tools, making them the right size to get into tight spaces in your garden. They also boast a sharp serrated edge for cutting tough rinds, which are perfect to get through those tough weeds! Keep a grapefruit knife stored with your other gardening tools, and we’re sure it will get the use it deserves!

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