Garden Tools

No garden is complete without the GARDENA Garden Tools for all major applications. The high-quality handle and robust tools made of quality steel or high-quality plastic form a sturdy product, for comfortable handling and a long durability.
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Take life in your hands

Logo 10 year warranty

The 10-year warranty ensures high quality

For detailed warranty conditions, please refer to the enclosed operating manual or online at www.gardena.com/warranty. This warranty does not affect your legal warranty claims.

Logo Forest Stewardship Counsel

Certified wood

The European wood is 100% FSC® certified. Only wood from exemplary managed forests is used for GARDENA handles.

Gardena Natureline Rake

Guaranteed stable

The handle made from varnished beechwood and the tool form a robust connection without wobbling.

Gardena Weeding Trowel

Firm and ergonomic grip

GARDENA small tools are especially compact and easy to use. A specially shaped handle with soft components allows a secure grip and comfortable work.

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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.
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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.
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Grow your own apricots in a planter

The small fruit is bulging: with a full-bodied flavour, a lot of vitamins and a stone. Big up this apricot stone by growing your own apricot tree.