Ivydene Gardens Tool Shed: Introduction

Welcome to the Ivydene Tool Shed.

Having been in the horticultural and garden maintenance business for something over 18 years, you can imagine that I have acquired a fair number of tools.

Some of my tools are very specialist. Others are more commonplace. In this section, I’ve outlined my favourites, give information on the basic tools every gardener should have, and I make some recommendations on my preferred manufacturers and suppliers*.

 

 

*Mention of a particular manufacturer or supplier in the Tool Shed Section no way implies any connection between them and Ivydene Horticultural Services. I mention their names only by way of actually using their equipment or services and having direct experience of them.

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I tend to have protective barrier skin cream Derma Guard to prevent chaps on my hands (applied once in the morning and again after lunch)

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