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14 New Lawn and Garden Tools You Need This Spring

When the weather warms up and it's finally time to work outside again, be ready with new tools that will let you kill weeds with fire, keep your wheelbarrow organized, and water your lawn like a firefighter.

A Machete

Swing it with one hand, and clear debris with the other. The Fiskars Clearing Machete ($30 for 24-inch model) has a slippery coating on its blade to keep sticky sap from slowing you down and holes in the blade to reduce weight and move the center of gravity closer to the handle for more power and control.


Washable Leather Gloves

Mechanix Wear FastFit leather gloves ($25) have the breathability of synthetics and the toughness of leather. And you can throw them in the wash when you're done.

Wetter Water

Landscape pros have a secret weapon: surfactants that reduce water tension to help water penetrate soil. Distribute Scotts' new EveryDrop ($10 for a 3.6-pound jug) on your grass or in your garden, and you'll cut your water use by as much as 25 percent.


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Your New Favorite Grass Seed

Thanks to the addition of shade-friendly Titan Rx seeds, the Seed Super Store's new grass blend (Product SS1002; $64 for a ten-pound bag) handles intense sun as well as it does intense shade, and provides increased resistance to a variety of lawn pests.


A Hose That Stands Up to Everything

The Goodyear MaxLite hose ($35) can handle scorching sun and hot water up to 165 degrees Fahrenheit, and still stays flexible even at 40 below. Get it in a bright color and you'll avoid one of the few things the MaxLite can't withstand: being run over by a lawn mower.


Weed Killer That Can't Miss

Roundup's new Precision Gel ($15) uses glyphosate to destroy a weed's ability to process nutrients. Anything you touch—and only what you touch—is toast.


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Wheelbarrow Organizer
The trusty wheelbarrow is an indispensable tool for hauling organic matter, fertilizer, plants, and more. The problem is that everything gets heaped together in the middle. Imagine you're moving some flowers and a bag of topsoil when the bag tips and crushes the plants. No good. Therein lies the genius of the  best wheelbarrow organizer. For $60, the Original Little Burro fits over most wheelbarrows to provide a compartmentalized tray for tools and supplies. The lightweight caddy will hold up to 80 lbs. It even has individual partitions for keys, a cell phone, and a drink, and it can carry long-handled tools, a 5-gallon bucket, and seedlings. It'll cut down the number of trips you have to make to your garage or shed, which will make your life a little easier.  
The trusty wheelbarrow is an indispensable tool for hauling organic matter, fertilizer, plants, and more. The problem is that everything gets heaped together in the middle. Imagine you're moving some flowers and a bag of topsoil when the bag tips and crushes the plants. No good.

Therein lies the genius of the wheelbarrow organizer. For $60, the Original Little Burro fits over most wheelbarrows to provide a compartmentalized tray for tools and supplies. The lightweight caddy will hold up to 80 lbs. It even has individual partitions for keys, a cell phone, and a drink, and it can carry long-handled tools, a 5-gallon bucket, and seedlings. It'll cut down the number of trips you have to make to your garage or shed, which will make your life a little easier.

A Bigger Burn Cage
Burning leaves or branches out in the open or in a 55-gallon drum can be dangerous. Flying sparks pose a hazard, and burning leaves carried off by the wind can start unwanted fires. That's why we'd recommend a burn cage, and if you need a big one, this is it.DR Power took its original BurnCage and made it 38 percent larger to hold more burnable waste in a safe environment. The BurnCage XL, on sale for $460, offers a perforated stainless steel incinerator that contains burning embers and maximizes airflow for a hotter fire—burn temperatures reach as high as 1600 degrees F. The stainless steel won't rust or corrode, so it won't be an eyesore like that rusted-out drum or the burn spot you got by starting fires on the ground. The BurnCage XL also folds up, making it easy to move and store.
Burning leaves or branches out in the open or in a 55-gallon drum can be dangerous. Flying sparks pose a hazard, and burning leaves carried off by the wind can start unwanted fires. That's why we'd recommend a burn cage, and if you need a big one, this is it.

DR Power took its original BurnCage and made it 38 percent larger to hold more burnable waste in a safe environment. The BurnCage XL, on sale for $460, offers a perforated stainless steel incinerator that contains burning embers and maximizes airflow for a hotter fire—burn temperatures reach as high as 1600 degrees F. The stainless steel won't rust or corrode, so it won't be an eyesore like that rusted-out drum or the burn spot you got by starting fires on the ground. The BurnCage XL also folds up, making it easy to move and store.

Pop-Up Plant Covers
Gardener's Supply Company makes a handy line of plant covers, made with polyethylene fabric and a mesh top to create a miniature greenhouse that protects plants against cold temps and winds. The company expanded the group this year with a Pop Up Cuke and Squash Accelerator.The company says the pop up, which is 16-in. tall with a 16-in. diameter and sells for $13, enables plants to grow 25 percent faster. Warm air can escape through the mesh to prevent overheating. The cover pops open when you release the toggles. To use it, simply place it over the plant and anchor it to the ground (anchors are not included). The mesh top unzips when you need ventilation or direct sunlight. At the end of the season, the cover lies flat for convenient storage.
Gardener's Supply Company makes a handy line of plant covers, made with polyethylene fabric and a mesh top to create a miniature greenhouse that protects plants against cold temps and winds. The company expanded the group this year with a Pop Up Cuke and Squash Accelerator.

The company says the pop up, which is 16-in. tall with a 16-in. diameter and sells for $13, enables plants to grow 25 percent faster. Warm air can escape through the mesh to prevent overheating. The cover pops open when you release the toggles. To use it, simply place it over the plant and anchor it to the ground (anchors are not included). The mesh top unzips when you need ventilation or direct sunlight. At the end of the season, the cover lies flat for convenient storage.

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