Tools Everyone Should Own for Garden Clean Up

It is time to get out and enjoy the fresh air, sounds of nature and new growth surrounding us.  To make this season enjoyable and healthy I’m sharing my tool recommendations for garden clean up that everyone should own in today’s post.

Top Tools for Garden Clean Up

There are a handful of tools I just can’t live without in the garden.  These tools will make cleanup go fast and easy in any size garden.  I happen to grow and maintain around 6 acres of gardens here in Northwest Ohio so these tools are put to the test.

greenworks spring clean up blower
GreenWorks leaf blower is a must for any Spring clean up

Leaf Blower  

Having a leaf blower that is cord free and has 3 different speeds is a must.  Check out my review of a Powerful Gas Alternative. 

soil knife
Soil Knife cutting out the weeds is a must in the Spring Garden

Soil Knife

I never dreamed I would be a fan of a knife in the garden.  This deluxe soil knife is the tool I have on me at all times to battle just about all gardening chores.  TheA.M. Leonard Deluxe Soil knife easily cuts through twine, large twigs, grasses and can even be used as a transplanter.  Get one of your own by ordering on Amazon with my affiliate link here. 

hedge and shrub shears
Easily cut through grasses without needed an electric hedger

Hedge Shears

Spring used to be frustrating for me when I would think of pruning.  The grasses in my landscape were always a challenge because I didn’t like asking my son to help me with the electric hedgers.  The Fiskars Hedge Shears made cutting back shrubs and grasses in spring super easy and enjoyable.

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Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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