Wednesday, July 6, 2016

5 Great Tools That Will Make Gardening A Whole Lot Easier

Does your back ache every time you come inside after a long gardening session? I’m sure it does, especially after all that kneeling down on the ground! But all those pains and aches don’t necessarily come hand in glove with gardening. In fact, there are plenty of tools that you can buy to make all your outdoor chores a lot easier. They could even speed up the job as well! So if you want to make gardening a whole lot easier, here are five great tools you need to buy.


Pressure Washer

If you have a patio area, it will need to be cleaned regularly. In fact, any area of your garden that is covered in stone or wood will need to be cleaned. Especially at the end of winter. Sure, you can get on your hands and knees with a sponge and bucket of hot soapy water. But that will take some time and result in an achy back! To make things better for you, buy a pressure washer. This great piece of equipment is gas-powered and shoots out water. Not sure which to buy? Take a look online at The best 5 pressure washers reviewed.

Japanese Tripod Ladder

Do you have any hanging baskets or window boxes up high on your building? If so, you’ll probably need a ladder to reach them. Regular ladders can be very heavy, and it can be awkward getting them in and out of a shed. However, the Japanese Tripod Ladder is lightweight and are extendable. That means they are easy to carry and don’t take up too much space in the shed!


Ride-On Mower

If you’ve just moved home or have neglected your garden for quite some time, your lawn is probably due a good mowing. Large lawns can take some time to mow. Especially if you have a hand-held mower. And swinging a mower from side to side can end up straining your back! One of the quickest ways to cut your grass is with a ride-on mower. They are just like a quad bike that will trim your lawn as you ride around. And that means it’s a lot less hard work for you!

Hose

If you have a lot of flower beds, watering all your plants with a watering can can take quite some time. And you might even have to head back into the house a few times to refill the can! This won’t be the case anymore if you use a hose. Just plug the hose into your water supply and you can then walk around your garden spraying all your plants and flowers.


Sprinklers

Really can’t be bothered going out and watering all your plants every day? No problem; sprinklers are here to help you out! All you need to do is install the sprinkler and set a time when it will come on every day. And that’s it! At your specified time, the sprinkler will turn on and shower all your plants and flowers in cool water!

What items do you have to make your gardening easier? Comment down below!

xoxo,
Therese
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