GARDENA's range of secateurs are perfect for pruning , head heading and cutting back. Ergonomically designed for maximum comfort with high-quality, non stick blades which ensure a clean, healthy cut.
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The right choice for pruning and cutting flowers, bushes and small branches

Gardena Secateur cutting the branch of a tree

Ergonomic, lightweight and functional design

The ergonomically shaped handles with soft grip components and lightweight design makes pruning in your garden easier, more comfortable and safe. With the range of different secateurs GARDENA has the ideal tool for you – from beginner to professional user.

Close-up of a pair of Gardena Secateurs

Quality materials

The GARDENA secateurs are all made of robust & long-lasting blades that offer the best cutting performance. Made from quality materials and equipped with innovative features, the secateurs deliver an effortless but precise, healthy cutting.

Gardena anvil secateurs cutting a thicker branch off a tree

Anvil Secateurs – ideal for hard, dry wood

The upper blade on anvil seceateurs is narrower and sharper. The wide anvil distributes pressure and supports the branch in order to avoid damaging or crushing the bark. A curved head or swiveling anvil provides an easier cutting action close to the joint.

Bypass secateurs cutting off a rose

Bypass Secateurs – ideal for flowers and fresh wood

Both blade and counter blade are ground and cut into the branch simultaneously. They have a "pulling cut", which means easy, accurate cutting without leaving pressure marks on the wood. Branches and twigs are cut very close to the trunk, which prevents cones that hinder the flow of sap.


Garden inspiration

summer day in garden

Difference between bypass and anvil secateurs

Bypass secateurs offer precision, while anvil secateurs offer force. When should you use each cutting principle?
Cutting headges with the GARDENA AssistCut

The right cut for a good harvest

Even in the case of young trees between the ages of 6 and 8, winter pruning encourages growth and is crucial to the subsequent shape of the tree. Find out more about the right months to cut trees.
bed roses

Cutting back bed roses

The cut is the foundation for a strong and vibrant plant with lush flowering. It generates newly growing timber, and the rose can reject diseases a lot better. If roses are not cut regularly, the flowerage gets weaker and the rose will get bald.