Today I am sharing all things garden for spring and summer! It is important to have all the right tools needed to prep, plant and make sure your plants thrive through the seasons. Let me take you on a little tour of all the items I am loving and have gathered this spring.
Spring time friends! Time to get in the garden and plan what we will grow this year. But first we need the right tools to succeed in vegetable garden and our flower beds!
One of my all time favorite garden companies Gardeners I want to share a bit about them:
Like you, we’ve all had our share of vexing gardening challenges—from withered and frost-bitten plants, to fruit that rots before it ripens and gardens decimated by pests. And like you we’re always looking for solutions to help gardens thrive. Our award-winning, in-house design team works tirelessly to come up with new products that make gardening easier and more joyful. This is a statement from their website and it is so true. There are so many products I personally am obsessed with and have helped me further my gardens!
Exclusive Jardin finish is hand-painted to resemble weathered, rusted metal
Made from durable and long-lasting powder-coated steel
Some arches are overly ornate showpieces, not well-suited to supporting vines or climbing roses. This one retains the classic lines and heirloom elegance of Tudor arches, but with a simpler, understated design that provides practical support for climbing plants. Open 4″ lattice gives roses, clematis and morning glories plenty of places to vine and twine. Sturdy enough for wisteria too!
Our staff gardeners love these compact snips. The ergonomic, non-slip grip and narrow, super-sharp blades let you make precision cuts without damaging nearby stems. Perfect for harvesting herbs, flowers, fruits and vegetables, as well as light pruning and deadheading. A sliding lock lets you stow them safely.
Flower Caddy: Use to carry cuttings or display seasonal bouquets
An easy way to add farmhouse style
Rustproof and watertight
Vintage-inspired caddy is made up of four conjoined French flower market buckets, which give it stability as well as unique style. Galvanized-and-wood handle for single-handed carrying ease. Gather long-stemmed blooms, dogwood, willow branches, winterberries, and more. It’s actually perfect for picking; with a little water in each bucket, cuttings will stay fresh until you can get them indoors.
As a material, galvanized steel is authentic and evocative — of the once-ubiquitous local hardware store, of simpler times, farms, fields, and family. Use this cachepot to hide an unremarkable planter, gather your harvest in the garden, invite guests to a fresh towel in the bathroom, or corral potatoes in the kitchen. Solid bottom, D-ring metal handles. Humble and handcrafted, its beautiful simplicity fits innumerable uses.
Garden Hod:is perfect for harvesting vegetables, fruits and flowers
Mesh bottom lets you easily rinse and drain produce
Also ideal for carrying picnic lunches and storing household items
Originally used by Maine clam diggers to hold and rinse their catch, these hods are popular gathering baskets for the garden harvest and cut flowers. Still made in New England, our basket has an oil-finished pine-and-maple frame, and food-grade, vinyl-covered mesh that lets you rinse dirt and debris from your veggies right in the garden. You’ll find yourself using it for more than just harvesting — carrying picnic items, storing potatoes and squash, gathering items to bring upstairs, holding guest hand towels and more.
Cart: Rugged garden cart is stable and easy to maneuver
Big, 20″ pneumatic wheels roll easily over uneven ground
Thanks to its center-mounted wheels, this rugged wheelbarrow is stable and easy to maneuver, even when hauling loads up to 300 lbs. Its unique design allows the front to tip all the way to the ground while the wheels stay put; that means you can scoop heavy stones or logs into the cart instead of lifting them. The polyethylene “tub” is great for mixing wet soil or cement, will never rust, and rinses clean in a jiffy. Choice of Black or Red.
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