Here are a few of my favorite things… Many of these items I’ve tried myself. There’s nothing like having a good quality tool and having it last for years and years. The Best Gardening Tools list contains products for skin protection, short & long-handled tools as well as some cute planters. I may add to this list as time goes on.
Best Gardening Tools
There are some things that didn’t make it onto this list yet. I’m going to keep building up this list to make it better and better. One thing I don’t have on this list is gardening clothes, but you can check out What to Wear While Gardening to see my suggestions on that.
I just created a new post about vertical gardening planters with some awesome product suggestions to help get you started plus some DIY ideas if you’re on a strict budget!
I hope to have more categories. If you have suggestions of a category or a certain product that you think should be included, please leave me a comment or shoot me an email using the contact form.
For now, let’s take a look at the Best Gardening Tools in the shed…
There are a few gloves I would recommend getting. Long gloves are great for pulling thorny vines or weeds out. Regular gloves are perfect for digging around in the dirt.
When thinking about shoes for the garden, it's important to remember they should be waterproof and made with quality material.
Best Short-Handed Tools
Good tools can be hard to come by these days. It seems like so many items are made with poor quality that just don't last long. So here's some that I've enjoyed for a while...Now you can too!
Best Long-Handed Tools
Pruners – I’ve had a set of these pruners for many years now, and they’ve never failed. Living in the woods, I need a really sharp pair of long pruners.
Digging Shovel – Love this shovel, because it can hold more dirt, and it digs really well.
Large Scoop Aluminum Shovel – Big shovels come in handy when you have a lot of dirt or compost to use. I usually use this shovel to fill up my wagon to take compost over to the garden.
Barrel Planters – I want to start this off with the planter I have on my front porch. I made my own herb garden using two of these. I have one really big one and one small one. I absolutely love these planters. They are beautiful and really make my porch a peaceful place to hang out.
If you’re looking for a raised planter, this galvanized raised bed is great. With s great price point and easy assembly, this raised bed would be a great addition to the garden.
I love this long box planter. It’s gorgeous and would accent any area of your home very well. It’s made of Corten Steel, and over time will develop a rusty patina look.
These planters are super cute. If you like succulents or growing herbs, these wall hanger planters are great and have a pretty good price point.
This is a 2 pack of ceramic planters. They are super versatile and can be used indoor or out. Which is great when you need to bring the plants inside during cooler weather.
Super cute indoor/outdoor planter. I love the unique style of this planter. I think a nice house plant in this planter could help spruce up an interior.
These adorable little wagon planters only run about $20. This is on my wish list on Amazon. I love these little wagons. My friend has one, and it’s just absolutely adorable.
How adorable is this little Dino Planter? It looks like he’s eating the vegetation that you plant! It’s pretty perfect.
One of my favorite gardening sites is Mary’s Heirloom Seeds. She shares a wealth of information, plus she sells some of the best seeds around. Be sure to check out her website.
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