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When you first take up gardening as a hobby, it’s a good idea to familiarize with some of the Garden equipment.
Gardening gloves: for shielding your hands, for beginners into the fray, a pair of protective gloves includes the bracket of essentiality. As one of the bare basic gardening tools, it will shield your fingers from the rough and toughs of gardening. Despite all its delightful doses, there are barbs and pricks in umpteen numbers. Without adequate protection, the unused fingers may be prone to cuts and blisters.
Garden Shears: This tool ease the burden on your aching hands by requiring less effort to cut dead or live branches, respectively.
Garden kurpa: kurpa is a cutting tool with a flat bade which are used for digging soil and weeding in small gardens or vegetable farms.
Hand fork: Slightly lighter and with a similar overall profile to the spade, the hand fork is best for cultivating soil, especially in new ground. The tines are much easier to push into the soil if it is stoney and in clay soil it breaks up the clods more easily.
As with the spade there are two main sizes - a digging fork and a smaller border fork. The smaller size is sometimes called a 'lady's fork' as it is easier to handle.
Garden Cultivator: A hand cultivator is a gardening tool that is used to turn the soil where you plan on planting and for removing weeds. In small flower or vegetable gardens, it can also be used like a small plow to dig the planting rows
Watering can: Whether for spot-watering wilting plants or fertilizing containers of annuals, a watering can is a garden essential. Generally, those with a longer spout are better balanced. Easy-care, lightweight plastic watering cans work just as well as the more attractive brass and copper ones.
Hand Trowel: For smaller jobs such as planting bulbs and bedding plants in cultivated soil. A stainless steel version is probably best as the blade stays cleaner and is easier to spot if left lying around. Choose one made from forged metal rather than pressed steel as one good heave will leave the latter version bent or broken. The whole tool or part of it can be used as a measure when planting out.
Garden weeder: garden weeder is a lightweight tool that tills and weeds the small areas of your garden this can be used for everyday by gardeners of all age.