Gardening Hand Tool Sets
There are many different types of garden hand tools, most of which will suit more than one task. From tools for digging and pruning, to saws and carry equipment, there are tools for every gardening job.
There are many tool sets available that contain a number of useful tools for any garden, large or small. Garden hand tool sets make the perfect gift for any garden enthusiast.
Useful garden hand tools
- Bonsai tools - More delicate than the average plant, bonsai trees require extra care when pruning. Specialised bonsai tools can be used to make sure the plant doesn’t get damaged
- Gardening forks and trowels - Gardening forks and trowels come in a range of different lengths, with additional options including stainless steel blades and comfort grip handle
- Hand secateurs, pruners and shears - A range of gardening scissors are available, including pruners and secateurs for precision cutting
Other useful garden tools
- Fruit and nut pickers – Whether you’re collecting apples, pears, oranges or smaller fruit, these pickers take all the hassle out of collecting your produce. Many include adjustable handles and built-in bags to collect falling fruit
- Hoes and cultivators – The best way to shape soil and control weeds, cultivators come in three types: hand hoes, Dutch hoes and onion hoes. Dutch hoes are typically sharp on all sides, so can be used both forwards and backwards
- Garden aerators - This garden tool is designed to create holes in soil to encourage worms and soil drainage. Garden aerators are available in the form of a roller or as a pair of spiked shoes
- Manual lawn edgers – Perfect for separating a boundary between a lawn and another surface like concrete or decking. Different sizes and shapes are available to suit every garden size
- Garden rakes - Additional options for rakes include adjustable head spreads and handle lengths
- Garden saws – These saws come in a variety of shapes: curved, foldable, soft grip, tri-cut blade and straight
- Post hole diggers and augers – Mechanical and non-mechanical augers drill small neat holes into the ground using a corkscrew design, while post hole diggers allow you to control the size of the hole yourself
- Shovels and spades – There are a wide range of shovels and spades available, with a choice of handle lengths and blade materials