The 21 Best Amazon Garden Tools

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Gardening season is here, and that means it’s time to buy some new gardening equipment! Whether it’s a new pair of gardening gloves, a new hose because the old one is leaking, or a brand new shovel so you can plant all those new roses, shrubs and perennials, Amazon is a one stop shop for all things gardening. Plus, you have the benefit of reading real reviews, which often include information that product descriptions don’t (like real-world durability).

And, as Mother’s Day and Father’s Day approach, keep these products in mind for the men and women on your list. If mom and dad love spending time in the yard, they’ll appreciate a new set of tools for all their outdoor projects. Many of these options cost less than $15, so they’re budget-friendly. Pair them with a live plant for a very thoughtful gift.

Coming soon, these top-notch garden tools will make every chore in your garden more efficient this year:

1 out of 21

Made in Iowa

10″ Stainless Steel Garden Trowel

Tired of breaking cheap garden trowels? This heavy-duty stainless steel trowel has a tip for digging in tough soil to plant bulbs, weed or divide perennials. Its one-piece design and solid, comfortable grip will last for years.

2 out of 21

Over 27,000 reviews

Fiskars Bypass Secateurs

This inexpensive pruner stands up to a lot of wear and tear. They cut branches up to 5/8 inch thick and are guaranteed for life.

3 out of 21

Lifetime warranty

Radius Garden Root Slayer Shovel

Whether you’re planting a shrub or digging a new garden bed, this carbon steel shovel has a pointed tip and serrated edge for digging through roots and tough soils. The round handle makes it easy to grip.

4 out of 21

Leather gardening gloves with gauntlets

Do yourself a favor and invest in a good pair of gardening gloves. These heavy-duty goatskin gloves have cuffs to protect your arms when trimming shrubs or roses.

5 out of 21

Made in the USA

Bully Tools 16 inch Bow Rake

This 16 inch bow rake is made of heavy gauge 10 gauge steel with a strong fiberglass handle. It is ideal for smoothing garden beds, leveling mulch and mulching hard-packed grass.

6 out of 21

Made in the USA

thin garden hose

If you’re tired of lugging hoses that seem to weigh 50 pounds around your yard, this lightweight hose with lead-free brass fittings is the answer! It comes in several different lengths and colors and is also safe for drinking water if you take the occasional sip from the hose on a hot day!

7 out of 21

Softtouch Garden Tool Set

Get yourself a good set of gardening tools. This 3-piece aluminum set comes with a transplanter with depth markings, a cultivator and a trowel.

8 out of 21

Made in Japan

Nisaku weeding and digging knife

Here’s the garden tool you didn’t know you needed: a digging knife that lets you weed, divide perennials, trim grass, and more. The 7.25 inch knife is made of stainless steel and comes with a wooden handle and sheath.

9 out of 21

Over 7,000 reviews

Fiskars pruning shears

Sometimes you need a little more punch to get the job done. These heavy-duty pruners with a long reach cut branches up to 1 1/2 inches in diameter.

ten out of 21

Nitrile Coated Garden Gloves, 2 Pairs

Nitrile gloves protect your hands while allowing manual dexterity while performing tasks such as weeding or trimming. This set of two comes in three sizes, which is important so you can order the right size for the perfect fit.

11 out of 21

More than 18,000 reviews

Felco professional hand pruners

Loved by professionals, these secateurs with hardened steel blades have been made in Switzerland for more than 70 years. Each part can be replaced, making this the last pruner you will ever have to buy.

12 out of 21

Rubbermaid Corner Tool Lathe Rack

All those garden tools have to go somewhere! Store this corner rack in the garage or shed to neatly store up to 30 long-handled tools.

13 out of 21

More than 13,000 reviews

Garden knee pillow

It’s amazing how something so simple can be so useful. This extra thick cushion prevents your knees from pressing on the hard floor or pavement while you work. It comes in two sizes and ten colors so you can always spot it in the garden.

14 out of 21

Neptune’s Harvest 2-3-1 Fish & Seaweed Fertilizer

If you want to go organic, many vegetarian gardeners swear by this liquid fish and algae fertilizer. Just be aware that it’s a little smelly when you first apply it (and pets tend to be attracted to it!), but the smell fades in a day or two.

15 out of 21

Fiskars Ergo Steel D-Handle Gardening Fork

Whether you’re turning the soil in your garden or planting mulch, this steel garden fork is sturdy yet lightweight. The D-shaped handle makes it easy to grip.

16 out of 21

Over 21,000 reviews

Scotts Broadcast Spreader

This spreader can hold up to 15,000 square feet of seed or fertilizer. A special mechanism allows you to block the right side so you don’t spill seed or fertilizer where you don’t need it, like on driveways or driveways.

17 out of 21

Rugg Leaf Spoon

Necessary? No. But these shovels help you pick up leaves, grass, and other yard waste quickly so you can get your chores done faster.

18 out of 21

5,500+ reviews

1 gallon watering can

This budget-friendly watering can, available in two fun colors, can hold just enough water for a few pots. It has a well-balanced feel when full, and the slim spout directs water exactly where you need it without waste.

19 out of 21

Over 7,000 reviews

DEWALT 20V MAX* XR Leaf Blower

Forget those heavy gas-powered snowblowers. This rechargeable, battery-powered leaf blower runs for over an hour on low speed and weighs only 5 pounds!

20 out of 21

CowPots Seed Starter Pots

When you need to start sowing, these pots (made from real composted manure!) are the answer. You can plant the whole thing in the garden so as not to disturb the roots of the small plant. And don’t worry: they don’t stink! They come in four sizes.

21 out of 21

Made in the USA

Sloggers garden clogs

You can spend a lot more on garden clogs, but why should you? These practical (and super cute!) clogs come in a variety of colors and patterns. Just water them when you’re done gardening.

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