Digging Tools

With the ErgoLine and NatureLine Range, GARDENA sets new standards for digging tool ergonomics, features and design.
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New standards in soil cultivation

Range of Gardena NatureLine Digging Tools

GARDENA NatureLine - take the hard work out of gardening

The GARDENA NatureLine range includes everything you need for soil and ground care, including garden spades, fork, rakes and garden hoe.

Range of Gardena NatureLine Digging Tools inside a wheelbarrow filled with dirt

NatureLine - Comfortable wooden handle

The NatureLine impresses with an FSC®-certified D ash wood handle. Specially designed spades and fork to make ground work easier than ever.

Gardena spade with ergonomical D Handle

Wide D-handle

The extra-wide and ergonomically shaped D handle can be held with both hands comfortably at any point. This ensures extra force and more comfort.

A persons foot placed on the foot-rest of a Gardena Spade

Extra-large foot-rest

The extra-wide foot-rest with a specially designed profile allows you to push the spade forcefully into the ground, and reduces the risk of injury due to unintentional slipping.

The Blade of a Gardena spade shown in detail

Sharp Spade Blade

The sharp spade blade guarantee an easy penetration of the ground.

A man digging up a garden with a Gardena spade

Refreshing your soil

Soil cultivation with a spade is the first step for ground care after the winter. Further soil cultivation tools see the GARDENA combisystem – flexible, long-life combination tools for all gardening tasks.


Garden inspiration

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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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Simplicity from nature: Make your own fertilizer

If you want an abundance of colourful flowers or a bumper crop of home-grown vegetables in your garden, fertilizer is a must. Here are some useful tips to make your own.

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.