It's the time of the year when we all look at our gardens and realize that we have to wait them. Fortunately, we have a range of cut and garden tools that are perfect for this job.
Whether you are shaping your hedges, pruning your roses, making serious prunings, or simply planting new plants that you picked up at the local nursery. We have selected the most popular tools to do your job so you can spend more time in your garden and spend less time sweating in it.
Hedges and shrubs grow fast. You want to use a hedge trimmer that is not unwieldy but powerful enough to cut it efficiently. The Worx 20V PowerShare 20 "Cordless is a great choice with a 20V battery that provides more than enough juice to handle multiple trees, shrubs and hedges without running out of power other Worx tools, from power tools to electric leaf blowers, so it's certainly handy to invest in the platform.
The double-action cutting blades provide a quick and clean cut with minimal vibration with a D-grip grip It's light and weighs only 6 pounds, it's almost everything you could want from a hedge trimmer.
Bypass shears: Fiskars pruning shears (10 US dollars)
If you can prune light branches or stems, you can this be useful Use a good pruning shears. The Fiskars Secateurs are the best in the family. The fully hardened, precision ground steel blade remains sharp even with frequent use, and the low friction coating helps to slide through stems and small branches without sticking to juice.
The handles offer non-slip handles Hold it tight and wrap it around easily with your fingers. These are ideal for tedious cleanup if pulling out the hedge trimmer would be too much.
Needle Fruit Shears: ARS Stainless Steel Fruit Shears (24 USD)