Make Gardening Easier With These Helpful Garden Tools
With the right tools, you can enjoy pain-free gardening even if you have arthritis.
How does your garden grow? With ease if you use smart gardening gear for planting, watering, weeding and pruning. These helpful garden tools can help you turn on your green thumb.
Give plants hands-on attention in comfort with the Garden Kneeler/Sitter. The foam platform cushions knees and a sturdy metal frame with handles helps stabilize your movements while kneeling. When tending to raised beds, flip it over for a bench.
Turn disposable 1- and 2-liter soda bottles into an irrigation system by attaching Aqua Cones to the threaded ends of the bottles. When inserted into the soil of a plant, an Aqua Cone’s long stake delivers water directly from the old soda bottle to the plants roots as needed, helping to cut back on your watering duties.
To prevent weeds from popping up in gardens use a liner, like the Pro Weed Mat. Cut the 3-by-50-foot mat in any configuration you need: in between rows of veggies, around trees and along the edges of beds.
The extra-long gauntlets on the Bionic Rose Gloves help protect arms against thorns, but are also flexible enough to meet the needs of rose gardeners. Padding on the palm, thumb and fingers helps reduce blisters – all these features helped earn the gloves an Arthritis Foundation’s Ease of Use Commendation in the past.
Fiskars’ pruners and loppers provide two-to-three times the cutting power of traditional pruning tools thanks to their unique designs that have earned 12 of Fiskars’ tools the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease of Use Commendation.
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