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Snip Flower Heads Simply and Easily Reach For The Snips I bought these Snips with their protective case a few years ago. I like the way they keep their sharpness and the good locking mechanism which keeps the blades closed when you are walking between jobs. Fiskars...
This tool actually makes weeding a joy instead of a drudge.
Once upon a time I didn’t think garden gloves were an important tool of the garden, let alone essentials. Oh my, how times have changed for me.
One place you really need to have high quality is in your garden tools. They get a hard workout over a long period of time- for me, all season long every year.
Too many times the ones offered in many garden centers- and most certainly the discount stores where we so often get our garden gear- are made cheaply in China.
…if you would like a to simply find the best picks without a detailed review, this page is one you might bookmark for a reference as you build a library to guide your creation of a perennial garden
Anyone wanting to grow delicious, ripe tomatoes in their own home garden would benefit from having this book on the library shelf.
An oversized book reads like a delightful course in landscape design; perhaps not surprising, since the authors are renowned in the fields of landscape architecture. Filled with beautiful photos, as are many lovely garden books, but with the additional inclusion of many illustrated design concepts. It is a book that brings learning design into a form that is easy to grasp.
This is simply a very informative handbook to help save energy in your landscape. And it is good at what it does.