Best Gardening Accessories for Beginners

Posted on May 13, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Springtime is here, and that means time for planting! Whether you have a green thumb or you can’t even keep a cactus alive, there is a gardening niche for you. Do you want to grow delicious veggies, beautiful flowers or durable shrubbery? Start your very own home garden with these tools for beginners:

Gloves. Every gardener needs a good pair of gloves. Whether you’re planting a huge vegetable patch or a small box of perennials, gloves will keep your hands from catching jagged briers and your nails out of the grubby dirt.

Hand trowel and/or spade. Especially if you’re starting small, a hand trowel and small spade will help you dig appropriate sized holes and move dirt to pull weeds.

Rake, hoe and wheelbarrow. Beginner or not, some people like to go big or go home. If you’re going full-tilt with a life size garden, you’re going to need some bigger tools. While you may need to go a step further and borrow a tiller, you will need a rake, hoe and wheelbarrow at the very least.

Pots. If you’re planting flowers or other greenery that will need moved inside when it gets cool, you will need pots to transplant. Make sure you get the ones that come with separate bottoms to catch excess water!

Check out these Supermarket designers with unique gardening items!

The versatile indoor and outdoor Garden 365™ Mobile Garden from Eserro, Inc. is great for those who wish to garden but live where space is at a premium. This quality planter offers a generous gardening area and a number of functional features. It has wheels, so you can easily move it inside or outside depending on the season, and it’s made from 100 percent recyclable polyethylene plastic for durable, dent-resistance.

Supermarket vendor 24Dientes makes a variety of flower pots with quirky sayings to add more personality to your garden! The “I Will Survive” handmade plant pot will look great on your front porch or in your window!

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