For more than three decades, Gardens Alive has helped gardeners and home owners grow healthy plants. We base our gardening tool recommendations on our own gardening experiences--and offer tools that we've found to perform well in the garden.
Our garden tools for sale are handier, more efficient and durable, and safer than ever. From top of the line pruners, innovative multi tools and handheld sprayers to insect barriers and plant supports--every item in this collection has been designed to minimize the time and effort involved in day-to-day gardening activities, so you have more time to admire your handiwork and enjoy the fruits of your labor!
Our garden tools are a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. We've kept what's withstood the test of time and made it more precise. From top quality pruners to weed barriers, our collection features tools and supplies that are safe, durable and ergonomic
Many gardeners want chemical-free solutions to control pests. Our insect barriers, like the Super-Lite Plant Insect Barrier, protect the plants while letting in sunshine. If birds are a problem, consider Premium Birding Netting to keep birds from eating berries and other fruits. To protect your plants from cold weather, we offer row covers for sale. Consider Floating Row Covers that shield plants from cold and frost and extend the season. These garden row covers allow for partial passage of sunlight, air and water.
The proper gardening hand tools can make gardening jobs a breeze. Choose from our Handheld Broadcast Spreader that spreads grass seed and dry fertilizer quickly and evenly. Our Thumb Pruner makes snipping small plants easy and protects your fingers. Our Essential Stainless Steel Pruners are heirloom quality and have been built to last.
To extend the life of your gardening tools and row covers, make sure they are dry before folding up and storing over winter. For your steel tools and plant supports, knock off the dirt, wash with warm water and a stiff wire brush, and allow to air dry completely before storing.
One way to store metal gardening hand tools is to clean them and put them in a bucket with sand and linseed oil or WD-40 oil. Once cleaned, they can also be hung on a pegboard.
Sunlight and rain can shorten the life of garden tools. As a general rule, when not in use, garden tools should be cleaned and stored in a dry place. As always, it's also helpful to following the storage, care and cleaning instructions that come with gardening tools.