It doesn't feel like spring is only a few weeks away where I live, but it is sneaking up on us and will be here before we know it. This is the time of year when I start planning my garden and getting my yard in order (when there isn't half a foot of snow on the ground, that is). After you check out the great gardening tools on this list, you are sure to be inspired, whether it's the actual gardening or just decorating your outdoor space.
1 Homemade Wooden Tomato Cages
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These handy gardening tools are made out of wood. Not only do they look better than those flimsy metal ones, but they are super easy to put together too.
2 PVC Solution for Storing Garden Tools
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Pieces of PVC pipe screwed to the walls in your shed, give you handy and organized places to store all of your garden implements.
3 Vegetable Gardener Plot Segment Tool
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Have trouble eyeballing the recommended number of inches between your seeds? This handy little tool makes the holes for you.
4 Pallets for Storing Tools
Next time you acquire a wooden pallet, give it a quick coat of paint and add some hooks for hanging your garden tools. Awesome, right?
5 Salvaged Garden Rake Head Used as Garden Tool Rack
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Don't get rid of old garden tools. Repurpose them into something that is still functional in your yard.
6 Reuse an Old Shoe Organizer to Store Small Gardening Tools
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This would hang easily inside your shed or garage and would help you keep your smaller tools organized and easy to find.
7 Twine Dispenser
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An old funnel is the perfect tool for keeping your gardening string from getting tangled.
8 Make It Fun
A fun and quirky saying in your shed makes yard work just a bit more enjoyable.
9 Use Some Little Pots
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I am sort of a flower pot collector and this idea makes use of the overflow when I don't have any more flowers to plant.
10 Planter's Yardstick
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Here's another great gardening tool to have on hand for making sure you get your seeds spaced just right.
11 For Picking up Things in the Yard
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This gardening tool is great for picking up nuts from trees, but also works for rocks before you mow the grass too.
This gardening tool is an essential for anyone who needs to pick up items from the yard. It is great for collecting nuts from trees, rocks before mowing the grass, and other items that may be difficult to pick up. It is made from durable, lightweight materials and is designed to make picking up items easier and safer.
The tool features an adjustable handle that allows it to reach up to 6 feet and a wide, scoop-like head that makes it easy to pick up items. It also has a long handle that makes it easier to hold and maneuver. The handle is also designed to be comfortable and ergonomic, making it easier to use for longer periods of time.
This gardening tool is also easy to store and transport, as it can be folded up and stored in a convenient carrying case. It is also easy to clean, as it can be wiped down with a damp cloth or sprayed with a garden hose.
Overall, this gardening tool is a great addition to any gardener's toolkit. It is easy to use and store, and it can make picking up items from the yard much easier and safer. It is also a great investment for anyone who wants to save time and effort while tending to their yard.
12 Use Old Tools for Decor
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Just because you have new garden tools doesn't mean you can keep the old ones. Mosaic them for great decor.
13 It's Called, "Sprout"
Buy one of these at the gardening store and you can use an old milk carton to water your flowers and garden. Genius!
14 DIY Cobble Stone Path
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Use this handy stencil to create a beautiful walking path through your garden and yard.
15 The Standard Rake
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Even if you don't have leaves to rake in the fall, keeping a standard rake like this one on hand is ideal for many of your gardening needs.
16 Portable Tool Holder
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This portable tool allows you to carry everything you need with you around the yard for faster work anytime you garden.
17 Build a Compost Sifter
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Get your compost in tip top shape with a sifter. In no time, it will be ready to spread in your garden.
18 Organize Garden Tools by Using a Pallet
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Here's another easy way to use a pallet to keep things organized in your shed.
19 DIY Dipped Garden Tools
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My kids steal my garden tools all the time to dig in the dirt, so dipping everyone's in his or her own color keeps them easily identifiable.
20 Store Small Garden Tools in a Sand Filled Trough
Every time you stick your garden tools in the sand, it cleans and sharpens them so they're ready for your next use. It also keeps them in place.
What's your favorite gardening tool? Have you found something that totally changed the way you grow things?
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