My rubber handled hand spade. I have had this hand spade for many years. It was purchased at Ace Hardware and is very sturdy. It won't bend like some cheaper ones do.
My Fiskars plant shear is used for deadheading and light plant pruning. A very handy little tool. I have a post about deadheading here.
This is my favorite weeding tool. My pointed hoe. I don't hardly ever have to bend over to weed anymore. I posted about my weeding tool here.
My pointed hoe is not available any longer, but similar ones are available on Amazon.
I don't have very many garden tools, right?
Let's look at the tools that I own "Just for Display" purposes.
The Artisan long handled grass clipper I purchased last year for $4. I can see why weedeaters replaced these tedious clippers.
I like propping it up along the house somewhere. Fun!
I love my sprinklers too. Especially red metal ones! My kids and their friends ran through some of these sprinklers a long time ago. They are a perfect outdoor collection.
One of my very favorite vintage garden tools is this wooden rake from an old neighbor. A vintage cultivator and pitchfork are here too.
I think this is a vintage potato planter.
I have these old tools displayed in a rusty milk can. Rust and weathered wood can be rather appealing!
I have quite a few dirt scratchers. I have used these scratchers on occasion. But they are mainly for looks.
There's also an old spade and two grass hand clippers in the box.
An old rusty seeder sits to the left and watering cans on top of the potting bench.
This is a vintage Ro-ho Cultivator.
Another rusty old cultivator.
A terra cotta pot fits nicely in the cultivator.
Pick up some vintage garden and farm tools to display in your gardens too!
I need my new garden tools but I love my old ones!
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