Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 18:54:52 PM. . By Sara Holder.
The garage or the potting shed can be the ideal place to stack away your basic garden equipment - like cultivators, trowels, pruning sheers and hedge trimmers. If left out in the open these tools may gather rust; and placing them on a cold cement floor, after use, should also be avoided. A pegboard put up against a wall is a good way of hanging up all your tools. Most gardening tools have sharp edges, so they should be put away with guards on them, especially if you have small children around.
When it comes to aerating and loosening soil in small beds, you cant beat a garden cultivator (a.k.a. claw). It will also do an excellent job of digging weeds out from between plants. When buying a claw, you will find models with different-sized heads. A larger head will cover the ground more quickly, but its also more cumbersome to use close to flowers and harder to fit into smaller spaces. Make sure the blades of your claw are made of pre-sharpened stainless steel which will cut through hard soil more easily.
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