Spray Gun tend to be a garden minimalist when it comes to tools. In fact, one of the things I love about gardening is that you really don't need much to get started.

Just a shovel and some seeds, and you are ready to get growing.

But over the years, I have discovered a lot of simple, classic tools that are worth their weight in (black) gold.

Not only does having the right, sturdy tool save time, it can help make gardening so much easier and even cut down on the time spent weeding.

Good tools can be pricey, but if you buy a quality tool, it should last you many seasons and easily pay for itself in the long run.

This spring has been different from most I remember. There has been heavy spring snowfall in the East, and drought relief and flooding in the West.

If the weather is uncooperative, it's hard to plan for spring cleanup and repairs. I have a few pointers for preparing your garden tools and your home for spring once the weather permits.

Whether rain or shine, it's time to change the oil and filter in your gas-powered lawn mower, tiller, power washer, etc.

Remove the leftover gasoline in your handheld, gas-powered lawn trimmer, blower, vacuum, etc., and add a fresh supply of gasoline to all your Garden Shears equipment.


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