Tools and Resources to Help You Grow Your Flowers at Home

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My favorite tools for flower growing

Lavender colored Wonder Grip gardening gloves on wood table

Gardening Gloves

Gloves are essential for gardening. These are the only ones I use anymore after years of searching. They’re super comfortable and keep your fingers nimble. Read my post about these gloves or purchase here.

Flowtron Leaf Shredder and bucket of shredded leaves

Flowtron Leaf Shredder

I use this Flowtron Leaf Shredder to shred the excess leaves in my yard to use as a mulch on my perennial flower beds to feed the soil for next year’s flowers. Read about it here or purchase here.

Red handled clippers, blades open

Felco #2 Pruners

Hands-down the best clippers available. They’re very comfortable, stay sharp, good for pruning fruit trees or harvesting cutting flowers. Most used by professionals. You can get them locally or here. Or read more here.

Metal tines of a digging fork

Digging Fork

A good digging fork is the most valuable tool you can have for your garden. It makes work so much easier. It’s better for the soil, too! Read why and what I recommend here.

Yellow hose-end watering tool

Best Water Sprayer

After trying many sprayers, this is the only one I use. It’s easy on the hands, drip-free, with 9 spray patterns for all outdoor watering and washing. Read more about it here, get one locally, or here.

Straw sun hat on a wooden post

The Best Sun Hat

This is the very best sun hat for gardeners and all who work or spend time outdoors. Durable, functional, and looks good! Read about it here or get one here.

Gray oscillating sprinkler in a garden path

The Best Sprinkler for Watering Your Garden

Yes, I actually overhead water my gardens, cutting flowers included. I explain why and how it does not impair my flowers and why this sprinkler is the perfect one to use.