20 Products From Amazon That’ll Help Solve Your Most Frustrating Lawn & Garden Problems
These products will take care of all your weed and hedge worries.
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1. A sawtooth border edger to cut the grass thats growing over your garden or curb. This tool creates a sharp end to your lawn that'll basically make you believe you're a landscaper.
2. A weed and grass killer, because weeds are not only an eyesore, but they also take vital nutrients from the soil that could instead go to your grass or plants. Simply dilute this concentrate into a tank sprayer for a precise spray that kills weeds, and none of your surrounding plants in the process.
3. A combination trimmer, edger, and sweeper for areas like the side of your home, where a lawnmower might be too large to fit.
4. A rotating lawn sprinkler, because all plants need water, but, unfortunately, the blazing sun can leave your lawn yellow and dehydrated fairly quickly. (And perhaps you need a fun sprinkler to run through on warm summer days?!)
5. A bag of mulch that includes coco (which adds nutrients to the soil, helps to retain moisture, and even reduces the amount of weed growth).
6. A roll of chicken wire so that you'll never have to worry about cute bunny rabbits nibbling at your growing vegetables again.
7. A garden hose nozzle with nine adjustable spray patterns to help mist delicate plants, or spray large portions of lawn at a time.
8. A weed puller tool that'll pull the weeds out of your lawn, root and all. This tool is great for those who prefer to to kneel as little as possible while tending to their lawn—the long handle makes it easy to simply stick the fork portion of this tool into the ground around the weed, and pull it out. It's really that simple.
9. A Flexihose so that you never have to worry about untying a heavy rubber hose on a hot summer day again.
10. A bag of grass food to help you grow the lawn of your dreams. This food is especially helpful if you have browning in your grass from dog urine.
11. A pair of gardening gloves, because although gardening is beautiful, dirt caught under your fingernails is not. Use these gloves to keep your hands tidy, and to protect you from sharp thorns in your rose garden.
12. A garden tool set that has everything you need for planting new buds. The transplanting trowel has measurements on it to ensure that you are digging deep enough while planting new flowers.
13. A sun hat that has UPF 50+ sun protection, because there usually isn't much shade in an open field. Consider using this hat to keep cool in the intense sun.
14. A set of plant labels so that you can clearly see which vegetable is which as your seedlings are first starting to grow. This set is great as it is completely made from metal, making it better for the environment than single-use plastic labels.
15. A battery-powered lawnmower, because if you have a lawn, you are inevitably going to have to mow it. You may as well use a rechargeable mower that's better for the environment than one that runs on gas.
16. A cordless trimmer to trim every last stray piece of bush from your hedges. This trimmer is 22 inches long, making it perfect for everything from the small bushes to large hedges in your yard. Plus, since it's cordless, you won't have to worry about constantly plugging and unplugging this bad boy into an outlet.
17. An adjustable gardening bench that you can use to kneel or sit on while working with plants that are fairly low to the ground.
18. A planting cage to give your climbing plants (like tomatoes, string beans, and cucumbers) something to wind up onto. Planting cages are vital for growing these plants, because a climbing plant cannot grow to its fullest potential if it has nothing to climb.
19. A soil tester that lets you know the moisture, pH, and sunlight levels in your potted plants around the yard. This is ideal making sure your plants are properly hydrated, and that they're receiving the proper amount of nutrients they need to thrive.
20. And plant food for your acid-loving plants. This plant food is ideal for flowers that are the brightest when their soil is a bit more on the acidic side.
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