If you have a lawn, aerating twice a year in the spring and autumn will help keep it healthy and looking lush. Aerating can be performed alongside de-thatching.   Every time we walk on the lawn we are helping to compress the soil, and over time lawns will suffer from compaction.   Aerating relieves compaction […]

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A garden trowels is a must have tool because it can perform lots of essential tasks. From digging out weeds to making holes for new plants or bulbs this is a tool that should be on anyone’s basic garden tool list.   Buying a Garden Trowel Because garden trowels are a simple looking tool you […]

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Hoes are great tool for weeding, seed drills and earthing up potatoes. They are easy to use and quickly get the job done. Best of all using a hoe means you do not have to get on your hands and knees to do the job. There are two general types of hoe, the Dutch hoe […]

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Hedge shears are essential for any gardener with hedges to cut or trim. A hedge can be cut and shaped easily with a good pair of hedge shears.   Cutting Blades Hedge shears with two flat blades used to present a major problem to the user. Thicker twigs would slide their way along the blades […]

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Yearly pruning of small branches, dead wood and the taking of cuttings can be performed with ease using the right hand pruners also known as secateurs. There are three different types of hand pruners and each are better suited for different situations. Most have a return spring which opens the blades again after each cut. […]

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Garden Loppers Hand pruners or secateurs will cut branches up to ¾ of an inch or 19 mm, anything over this up to 2 inches or 50 mm will require a pair of loppers .   Garden loppers are simply just a bigger version of hand pruners, with bigger cutting blades and longer   Types […]

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