Garden Cleaning

Everything can be spotlessly clean in no time. Simply get started and make those tricky jobs easy. Cleaning is practical and convenient with these three product highlights. Dirt disappears in the blink of an eye.
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The outdoor cleaners

A woman using the Gardena EasyClean Vacuum to clean up soil on her balcony

For indoors and out

It is able to vacuum up moist and dry particles. This means that it can be used for an infinite variety of purposes. The integrated lithium-ion battery is particularly powerful, meaning that it can vacuum up even larger dirt particles, moist earth or leaves.

A woman using the Gardena Pressure Washer to clean the tiles on her balcony

Mobile high-pressure cleaning

The GARDENA high-pressure cleaner AquaClean Li-40/60 with battery is the new mobile and quiet cleaning solution. It is independent of water and power connections and is very easy to move for easy access to the different spaces, that need to be cleaned.

A man using a Gardena Leaf Blower on his driveway

Ergonomic & lightweight

GARDENA Blowers are made of lightweight materials and their ergonomic design makes them very easy to use. For best results in your garden.

A man using a Gardena ErgoJet Garden blower to vacuum leaves on his terrace

Electric Blower/Vac

The GARDENA ErgoJet is the powerful and easy-to-use electric garden blower, which can be used for blowing, vacuuming and shredding leaves for a tidy garden. The optimal weight distribution, and its ergonomically shaped handle with soft grip, makes the handling of the ErgoJet very comfortable.


Garden inspiration

wonderful garden

Gardening for beginners - a quick guide

Everyone nurtures dreams of a beautiful, lush, green garden. But then reality comes knocking and the lack of time and insufficient funds tear the dream down.

A hornbeam hedge sight screen – best planted now in autumn

Nothing left to do in the garden? Not quite. If you want your hornbeam hedge to be able to act as a sight screen during the winter but particularly in summer, you should bed the plants in between mid-October and mid-November.

The problem with white potting soil

It's a problem that practically every amateur gardener has encountered at one time or another: Until recently, your potting soil had been well-tended and brown, but its surface is now covered in a white layer. The first thing to do is keep calm! That's because the white deposits are not necessarily mould, as many initially assume.