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Tools for your garden

Here's a list of tools you might need to get your garden ready for spring:

1. Garden Gloves: Protect your hands from dirt, thorns, and other hazards while working in the garden.

2. Hand Trowel: Ideal for digging small holes for planting seeds, bulbs, or small plants.

3. Pruning Shears: Trim dead or overgrown branches, stems, and foliage to promote healthy growth.

4. Garden Fork: Break up compacted soil, aerate the ground, and turn over compost or mulch.

5. Rake: Remove debris, such as fallen leaves and twigs, from the garden beds and lawn.

6. Shovel: Dig large holes for planting trees, shrubs, or larger plants, and for moving soil and compost.

7. Wheelbarrow or Garden Cart: Transport heavy materials like soil, mulch, or plants around the garden.

8. Hoe: Weed the garden beds and break up soil clumps to prepare for planting.

9. Watering Can or Hose: Ensure your plants receive adequate water during dry spells or after planting.

10. Garden Knife or Multi-tool: Useful for various tasks such as cutting twine, opening bags of soil, or dividing plants.

11. Soil Test Kit: Check the pH and nutrient levels of your soil to determine if any amendments are needed.

12. Garden Sprayer: Apply fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides evenly and efficiently.

13. Garden Kneeler or Pad: Protect your knees while working close to the ground, reducing strain and discomfort.

14. Mulching Tools: Spread mulch evenly around plants to retain moisture, suppress weeds, and improve soil health.

15. Garden Markers: Label plants or rows to keep track of what you've planted.

Make sure to inspect your tools for any damage and clean them before use to ensure optimal performance.

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