3 Things You’ll Need For A Heavy Duty Gardening Job

Garden HoseIn the spring of 2014, nearly 113.5 million people had worked in the garden at some point in the past year. A big number of people garden, but not everyone knows how to tackle those big gardening jobs. When you’ve got a big gardening job to do, it’s going to take more than your average gardening tools. Extreme jobs require extreme equipment, and you’re going to need to be prepared for anything. Here are just a couple of the heavy duty gardening tools you can choose from to get the big jobs done in your yard. Sometimes, extreme jobs can have some extreme payoff.

Heavy duty water hose - When you’re looking for a water hose that can get the job done, you can look forward to having that hose for at least five to 10 years. The best heavy duty hoses will have a nozzle with a burst pressure above 350 psi. This hose will be perfect for hosing down decks, siding, blacktop, and more. Make sure you look into available power washer attachments if you really want to get a deep clean in your deck, patio, or driveway.

Heavy duty gloves - A rose is one of the most delicate and beautiful flowers, but if you’ve ever dealt with a rose bush, you know that there’s nothing delicate about them. They’re sharp, tough, and a pain to tend to, unless you’ve got the right gardening gloves. Having heavy duty gardening gloves will make it easy to move all the thorny branches that would usually leave you pricked and helpless. Nothing will stand in the way of your gardening goals now, not even those extreme jobs.

Heavy duty rake - When the leaves start to fall, it may look like fun and games at first. But those light, fluffy leaves will start to get weighed down by the rain and weather, and soon you’ll be looking at a pile of rot, unless you have the equipment to get it out. Having a heavy duty rake will help you to clear away the big things in your yard, whether it’s leaves, sticks, vines, or anything else you can think of.

Do you have any tips for gardening this fall? Let us know in the comments.

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