Take a look at some great tools that we’d recommend.
Eco Grow Bags
For those who change their minds a lot or move a lot but MUST have fresh herbs and veggies, these bags are easy to move, water, and store.
Emsco Group 22.5″ 22-Tine Spring Metal Leaf Rake
I love leaf rakes that have a little bounce in them. That makes them light to carry and flexible for raking in small yards.
Stainless Steel Japanese Hori Hori Garden Knife
For absolute weed control, fast, this is your guy. Get the weeds before they get large and this is all you’ll need.
Worth Garden Stainless Steel Hand Trowel
This trowel has a classic shaped and probably a must have if you plant lots of annuals or veggies.
Wilcox 12″ All-Pro Digging Trowel
A great trowel makes planting starts easy and weeding among delicate plants. I have used this type of trowel in my pro days and usually kept it in my hip holster.
True Temper 6 Cubic Foot Poly Wheelbarrow
I like to load these baby up with my tools and go to my garden spot, then save my back when hauling plants around. I love barrows like these because they can easily be stored standing up to save room.
Gilmour PRO Commercial Hose
If you’re like me and you have no patience for those dinky, kinky hoses, skip to the commercial-grade version. Simply roll this baby up every time you finish using it and your hose woes shall be solved.
Toro Power Sweep Electric Leaf Blower
This blower is perfect for the quick deck and walkway blow-off for entertaining.
Emsco Group 25-Tine Poly Modern Leaf Rake
For larger patches of turf, a plastic rake does it all for leaf clean up. I also use rakes like this to dress up old mulch with a little feathering of the tines over top the surface.
Small Shrub Rake
If you must have all the toys – grab this rake for getting leaves out from under shrubs instead of bending down. Makes leaf cleanup quick and fun.
Felco F-2 Classic Manual Hand Pruner
Buy one pair of pruners that’ll last you forever – this is the one the experts use. Sharper it seasonally and you shall have pruning magic.