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Best Selling Garden Hand Tools

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The right gardening tools make all the difference. From digging tools to wheelbarrows, investing in the right garden tools and equipment takes the hard work out of any task - leaving you with more time to enjoy the great outdoors.


Although chainsaws and electric grass trimmers are great for getting a big job done quickly, some tasks call for the precision and the careful accuracy of garden hand tools. From digging tools to pruning tools and brushes, our collection includes equipment designed to give you a helping hand in every corner of the garden. Whether you're trimming your topiary into shape or need a wheelbarrow to shift paving stones from one end of the garden to the other, having the right garden tools and equipment for the job is key.

What garden hand tools do I need?

Though different tasks and types of garden will require different equipment, there are a few basics that everyone should have in their shed. Digging tools, such as trowels and spades, are essential for planting, weeding, and turning over soil. A good pair of pruners and tree loppers will mean that you can cut back, shape and dead-head plants and shrubs of every size. Brushes, rakes and wheelbarrows are helpful for keeping lawns and patios clear, while a compost bin will mean that you have somewhere to put debris and dead leaves. For more advice, take a look at our garden hand tools buying guide.

How to look after garden hand tools

Garden tools should be kept in a watertight shed, storage box or garage to keep rust at bay. Ensure any blades are sharpened annually to keep secateurs and tree loppers working their best - this will also help them to last much longer. If your tools need a clean from time to time, this can be done with warm soapy water and a cloth. Take care of any sharp edges and leave to dry in a sunny space before storing again. For more maintenance tips, take a look at our guides on how to maintain your garden tools and how to remove rust from garden tools.