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Terry’s Tips

Sharp tools make deadheading, digging and many other gardening chores faster and easier. Read my article on "Getting Your Garden Tools in Shape" for tips on how to clean and sharpen your pruners, spades and all the rest of your garden tools.

Getting Your Garden Tools in Shape

Feb 19th, 2009 by Administrator | 3

Terry L. Yockey

Ideally our garden tools should be clean, sharp and hanging in their correct place in the shed or garage waiting for the upcoming gardening season. Realistically, many of us get overwhelmed with
fall-cleanup chores in late autumn and don’t have the time to get our tools into the proper shape before we put them away for the winter.

Now would be a great time to collect all those neglected garden tools and give them a good cleaning and sharpening so they will be ready to go when the growing season rolls around again. Continue reading

3 Comments on “Getting Your Garden Tools in Shape”

  1. small garden tools said:

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  2. Electric Blowers said:

    Most people don’t pay much attention to the garden tools they use. I think garden tools that are bad in shape are actually dangerous to use.

  3. Simon said:

    Personally I enjoy painting and drawing my garden, so include my drawing set as part of my gardening tools.

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