Just when I think I’m as content as a cricket on cabbage in the garden, along comes an innovation that elevates my dirt-digging joy to a new level of bliss. A simple switch in the size and grip of a tool and presto! – I’m smack in the middle of garden tool nirvana. My enthusiasm grew even more when I heard about the growing popularity of the brand Wolf Garten amongst my gardening inner circle. If you are as interested in gardening tools as I am, you may want to click here to check it out.
Initially, I scoffed a bit at the concept. I’ve been using standard size gardening tools for thirty-plus years, integrating a few new-fangled updates here and there, but primarily dwelling in the camp of “a trowel is a trowel.” In the case of Patricia Ann Tools, my skepticism couldn’t be further off target.
After a lengthy career in the gardening tool industry, Pat Taylor, used her extensive knowledge of and passion for gardening to develop ergonomic tools specifically for women. These tools are great for planting and maintaining all sorts of plants and flowers. However, there is one thing they would not be useful for, and that’s tackling trees. These tools aren’t quite what you need for this job and certainly aren’t strong enough to take on a tree. However, when it comes to something as big as this, we would recommend getting a professional on the case, like a tree service removal or a company local to you. Not only are you supporting local businesses, but you’re saving yourself a lot of time and money asking someone else to help. In the meantime, you can focus on perfecting the rest of your garden with the suitable tools. Made of stainless steel Patricia Ann Tools are also designed for optimum performance and longevity in use. Look like it might be time to start looking for a great Garden Shed to store them all in! Of course, finding the best shed for your garden can be difficult, especially if you don’t have the money to spend on a full-price shed, luckily there are rent-to-own sheds from places similar to DuraStar Structures that might be able to help find an affordable shed plan for you and your garden.
The smaller handles and well-position grips offer increased flexibility and ultimately, better wrist and hand support. End result for me, less carpel tunnel flare-ups and more enjoyment cultivating and pruning.
When it comes to increasing your gardening enjoyment, turns out, sometimes size really does matter.