All About Garden Tools for Beginners is the first step. AS one cannot have a good garden without cultivating it, there cannot, in turn, be good cultivation without good tools. By good tools, the beginner will come to understand, what is meant by useful tools. In gardening, you dig up the soil, pulverize it, and work it over. Hence you will need a spade (or a garden trowel for a small bed), a rake (or a gardening hand rake for a small bed), and a hoe (or again the garden trowel for a small bed) in cultivating. When you have turned over the soil with the spade or trowel, and have pulverized it, more or less, with rake or hand-rake, and have had your seeds in the ground until they are just appearing, you will find the hoe (or a hand weeder in small beds) necessary in keeping in check the weeds, which always seem to outdistance the garden plants in growth rapidly. Here is a great selection of garden tools to consider.
For the larger garden of vegetables in rows, a rototiller like this one is one of the most worthwhile tools ever invented. It combines weeding and cultivating and is so simple to use. As a gardening accessory, a garden line(String or Twine) will be of great service. By its use, stretched between movable stakes, the beginner can lay out his rows straight as an arrow and have rectangular beds that are not lopsided. Then by driving a stake in the center, and throwing a loop of the line around it, when once he has fixed the length of the radius, he can move the line around in a circle and thus mark out a perfect circular bed. Then there is the watering can to be thought of unless your garden hose is conveniently located. Hand sprayers can be purchased if your plants are troubled by pests, but all these things can be added as necessary. A few good tools are all anyone needs to just getting started again it’s All About Garden Tools for Beginners.