Garden Hand Tools

At Gardener's Edge, we are all too familiar with the quest for a perfect garden, and we know you will need a great set of tools to make that happen. Luckily, we've got everything you need to get your weekend project off the ground.

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  1. Image 0 of the Felco Model 2 Hand Pruners, 1-inch Cutting Capacity
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    Felco 2 Classic Model - One-Hand Pruning Shear
    $59.39
  2. Image 0 of the Leonard Sheath, Deluxe Soil Knife, and Pruner Combo
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    Leonard Deluxe Soil Knife, Pruner and Sheath Combo
    $81.15
  3. Image 0 of the LEONARD DELUXE TWO TOOL
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    Leonard Deluxe Soil Knife and Sheath Combo
    $36.82
  4. Image 0 of the Leonard Deluxe Stainless-Steel Soil Knife
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    Leonard Deluxe Stainless Steel Soil Knife
    $24.14
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    Leonard Traditional Bypass Pruners, 1-Inch Cutting Capacity
    $36.40
  6. Image 0 of the Leonard Bypass Pruner and Shear Case Combination Kit
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    Leonard Bypass Pruner and Shear Case Combo
    $48.80
  7. Image 0 of the Pink Leonard Deluxe Soil Knife and Pink Traditional Bypass Pruner with Sheath
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    Pink Leonard Deluxe Soil Knife and Traditional Bypass Pruner with Sheath
    $71.41
  8. Image 1 of the Leonard Bypass Pruners with Titanium Coated Blades
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    Leonard Bypass Pruners with Titanium Coated Blades
    $37.64
  9. Image 1 of the Leonard Classic Stainless Steel Soil Knife
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    Leonard Classic Stainless Steel Soil Knife
    $23.54
  10. Image 0 of the Leonard Pick Mattock With 36in Composite Handle
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    Leonard Pick Mattock With 36in Composite Handle
    $70.58
  11. Leonard Tri-Edge Folding Pruning Saw with 7-Inch Curved Blade
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    Leonard Tri-Edge Folding Pruning Saw with 7-Inch Curved Blade
    $34.15
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How can I maintain my garden tools?

While it's inevitable that well-loved garden tools will begin to show signs of wear, there are a few things you can do to keep them looking and feeling like new. You can start by giving your tools a good rinse with a hose, then dip them in a diluted solution of household bleach and let dry. Wooden handles can take a thin layer of linseed oil. Cleaning your tools regularly is incredibly important because it sterilizes them, which can eliminate the spread of disease from plant to plant.

How should I store my garden tools?

To prolong the life of your tools, it's important to never leave them out in the elements. Moisture — from rain or even from morning dew — can lead to rust. We recommend storing your tools in a dry, well-ventilated shed. A pegboard also does wonders for organizational purposes.

For gardening plans big or small, Gardener's Edge has the tools to make your dream garden a reality. For more, check out our garden knives, garden hoes, weeding tools, and the rest of our gardening tools.