What are the home gardening tools?


What are the home gardening tools? Here are some classi […]

What are the home gardening tools? Here are some classic examples to explain the characteristics and functions of different home gardening tools.



1. Trimming scissors
Pruning shears can be used for pruning small branches and flowering branches. This special type of shears has a dexterous grip and a wide handle, making it easy to use. In fact, pruning shears have a wide range of uses. For example, BAREBONES pruning shears, in addition to trimming flowers, can also be used for shearing wool.


2. Shovel
Gardening shovel is generally flat, rectangular, semi-circular, and pointed. Unlike traditional farm tool shovel, gardening shovel is relatively small and exquisite. It is ideal for plowing, plowing, preparing the ground, preparing plant beds and planting small gardens.


3. Fang hoe
Remove stubborn roots and hay, level the soil, and prepare for planting new plants. The curved blade of BAREBONES square hoe is very convenient for trenching and soil preparation, and the slightly curved handle is comfortable to grasp, and it can be swung freely for the hand and wrist.


4. Ripper
The strong tines of the ripper easily raked through the thick, hard soil, and weeds fell to the ground in the past. The handle is sturdy and durable, it is very convenient and comfortable to clean and prepare the ground, and the stainless steel tines ensure long-term frequent use.


5. Field knife
The field knife can realize seamless transfer of soil excavation, planting and harvesting. Equipped with a heat-treated cavity-back blade, an all-stainless steel shank, a rope cutter, and a comfortable walnut handle, the Hori Hori Classic field knife is the ultimate gardening tool that can be used for a long time.


6. Gardening knife
The flat round base can be used to hit tent piles. The convenient inch mark can measure the implantation depth. Anti-rust, double-edged blades can cut branches or cut firelighters. Hori Hori garden knives can help you achieve the above-mentioned functions. BAREBONES garden knife is one of the 100 new outdoor living appliances released by This Old House magazine in 2015. Its uniquely designed multi-purpose tool is the best companion for outdoor adventures.


7. Folding shovel
Whether it is eradicating stubborn and tough weeds or digging trenches for irrigation, folding shovel can do the job, regardless of soft and hard soil.


8. Utility knife
Clean the bushes, strip the bark, get the plank, cut the firelighter—all with a utility knife. For example, the Japanese NATA tool knife combines various functions and is more durable. The stainless steel blade and the solid steel core passing through the wooden handle increase the product's stability and weight diversity (swing weight), but the overall structure is still compact and lightweight, and it is a must-have for any tool set.


9. One-handed blade axe
Chopping wood in the mountains with fresh air is such a pleasant thing. The wide-angle design can easily swing the heavier head, and the 1055 high-carbon steel separating blade can maintain a sharp edge. The 1/3” solid steel core that penetrates the wooden handle is firmly fixed to the head with tightened hexagonal bolts and connects the head to the steel round head end to help you easily switch between root removal and digging.


10. Hatchet
The special purpose design of the hatchet provides proper weight and balance, maximizes the swing process, and provides all-steel shanks and protection against excessive blows, enhancing strength to maintain the integrity of the hickory wood handle. Choose waxed canvas and leather cover to protect the blade from all kinds of bumps when not in use.