Planting Tools

Planting Tools

Planting Tools For Gardens & Greenhouses

Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, our high-quality and durable tools are designed to help you cultivate and nurture your plants, so you can enjoy a bountiful harvest all year round. Explore our range below and add some green to your life!

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Garden pruning tools are essential for maintaining a tidy garden. Many gardeners regularly prune their plants to keep their garden under control and encourage new growth.

Due to the large variety of plants in the UK, we offer different types of garden pruning tools to suit different needs.

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Secateurs are probably one of the most common garden pruning tools you will find in the shed or the garage. They are great for pruning and can be used for various plants.

Secateurs allow you to make clean and accurate cuts by hand, helping you to get the desired result every time. Our Burgon & Ball Anvil Secateurs are one of our most popular products. This is because they are incredibly well-made and reliable garden pruning tools. They are also endorsed by the RHS.

Other garden pruning tools that you may need when working in the garden include loppers. These are essentially larger versions of garden secateurs. They are best used on small trees and branches, requiring more force than secateurs. Our telescopic compound loppers allow you to get that extra reach without using a ladder or step. This makes them a much safer option as your feet stay planted firmly on the ground.

Another useful tool that we have in our collection is the leaf collector. These plastic-collecting hands make clearing your lawn a breeze. They allow you to gather leaves quickly and move them to a bag or barrow without causing further mess or disturbance.

Once you have completed your garden pruning, you will need a way to collect your clippings. For this, you can use a wheelbarrow, a tub trug or a pop-up garden bag. Each provides a place to collect clippings before transporting them to a composter or garden waste centre.