Gardening Tools


Tools You Need To Start A Gardening Business

Trishant Nimsarkar

Story By: Writer, Blogger

"A subtle thought that is in error may yet give rise to fruitful inquiry that can establish truths of great value. "

- Isaac Asimov


Gardening is taking care of plants and growing them in a healthy manner. Gardening is very different from foresting or even farming. It is a part of horticulture. Gardening has a lot of advantages like it reduces stress, increases hand strength and the fruit of your efforts is sweet and much healthier!


Today everyone is becoming more environmentally conscious, right from buying organic foods to gifting plants on special occasions to making our surroundings a healthier and pleasant place.


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Breathing fresh air has become a luxury and to make this a norm, gardening is a great way to keep oneself occupied and it does good for the environment as well. This field is growing rapidly and is a very promising one as everyone loves plants but might not have the time to maintain them. 


Have you ever considered gardening as a business option? If not, you should as business opportunities in this field are vast and not very well explored.


To start a business in this creative field and make it a commercial success you must have commercial gardening tools.  


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Being professional is a necessity to start your own business. Scientifically, plants are receptive to their surroundings like touch, light and music too! To keep them happy we should cater  to all their needs with appropriate and professional gardening tools


So what tools do you need to start a gardening business you ask? Here is a list of a few essential gardening tools that will help your commercial gardening business :- 


Garden Rake


Garden Rake



To scrape together or to heap up piles of leaves this is the perfect tool for you! Known to be the broom of outside it is a must tool for you to have and add to your garden tools list. Large scale mechanized versions of rakes are used for farming too. 


Garden Hoe


Garden hoe



For owners of a vegetable garden this is a very useful tool. It is made to keep weeds down in vegetable gardens. This tool is to be used when the soil is dry.


Garden Fork


Garden Fork


Garden fork also known as a spading fork is used for moving loose materials such as piled hay, compost, or manure.  Forks with broader, flatter tines are made for lifting crops from the ground




Pruners are used to prune hard branches of trees and shrubs. Cutting branches upto two centimeters is done with this tool. The blades of the pruner are made of stainless steel or carbon steel coated with titanium.






Loppers are a type of scissors used for pruning twigs and small branches, like pruners with very long handles. They are the largest type of manual garden cutting tool.


Hedge Shears




Hedge shears or hedge trimmers are used to groom shrubs mostly. Hedge trimmers can be manual, electric or gasoline-powered. Tractor mounted hedge trimmers are also used today so that one doesn’t have to operate it, it is mechanical and faster as well.


Hand Cultivator 


Hand cultivator tool


A hand cultivator is used to aerate the soil and make the seedbed smooth and loose. Weed control is done by the hand cultivator. 


Sickle Tool


The sickle tool is designed with variously curved blades and typically used for harvesting, or reaping grain crops.


Lawn Roller


The lawn roller is used to even the land and break the lumps of soil. It is done after ploughing. In places where there is frost heaving the soil is lumpy, lawn roller is a must.


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