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To provide the best care for your garden you need good equipment. In our webshop we offer the gardening tools for all types of gardeners. From the beginner who needs just the basics to the one with green fingers who knows their way around larger tools. Have a look at our online assortiment and make your choice between stainless steel tools, carbon steel tools or smaller hand tools

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Buying Tools for Your Garden: Essential Tips to Consider

‍Having a garden of your own can be an experience like no other, especially if you’re someone who enjoys spending time outside. It is a wonderful place to relax and immerse yourself in the sights and smells of nature. There are so many things to consider when setting up a home garden, including what type of plants you would like to have and where you will place them – indoors or out. How much maintenance they will require? How much time you will have available to tend the plants? Here, we take a look at some useful tips that can help you get the most out of your indoor or outdoor space.

What tools are essential for your garden?

There are a few must-have garden tools that every gardener should have. These include a spade, a trowel, pruning shears, and an all-purpose tool that can be used in place of the other three tools listed above. You’ll also want to make sure you have the appropriate containers and soil for your plants. When purchasing pots, you’ll want to be sure they are the right size and materials for your plants. For example, if you are growing herbs indoors, you’ll want to choose pots that are dark in color. This will help to retain moisture in the soil and attract fewer pests.

Timing is everything

Make sure you are aware of the best times to plant specific plants. Different plants require different amounts of sunlight and water. Some plants thrive in the spring and summer, while others do better during the fall and winter. If you are growing vegetables indoors, you’ll want to consult a planting calendar for optimal planting times. This will help you get the biggest and best yields from your plants. If you are growing flowers and herbs indoors, you’ll want to make sure the plants get enough sunlight. This can be tricky, as some plants need direct sunlight and others do not. For example, placing potted plants too close to a window can cause the soil to overheat.

Consider the weather and lighting conditions

If you are growing vegetables indoors, make sure that you choose a place with plenty of natural light. Soil that is not getting enough sunlight is more likely to be contaminated with pests and diseases. You may also want to consider setting up a simple grow light, especially if you are growing in the winter months. When growing flowers indoors, you’ll want to consider how much light each specific type of plant needs. Remember to avoid placing pots too close to windows, as they may get too hot. For ornamental plants, you’ll want to make sure the location you have chosen receives at least six hours of sunlight a day.

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