Wholesale Gardening Tools for Your Store

Do you want to start a gardening wholesale company? Those who can turn their hobbies into profitable businesses are held in the highest esteem. It is not possible to open a gardening business without the necessary gardening tools and tiny plant pots. This manual will explore the fundamental gardening equipment needed to launch a profitable wholesale business.

What tools does a gardening tools company need to get started?

The gardening equipment you need to stock up on will vary depending on the specific services you offer. To launch a successful gardening wholesale business, you will need the following garden equipment:

  • Shovel

A garden without a shovel is like a carpenter without a saw. It’s an essential tool that serves multiple purposes and saves time and effort. Whether you’re digging holes for planting or hauling dirt to create a garden bed, a shovel’s blade shaped like a bowl that narrows to a point makes quick work of any job. It’s a handy tool for moving plants or loosening compacted soil. The versatility of a shovel also allows for spreading mulch or gravel, sweeping debris, and clearing rocks or stumps. 

  • Spade 

Even if you’re not an avid gardener, a spade can come in quite handy. Sporting a nearly flat blade with a straight edge, it looks like a traditional shovel at first glance. However, this tool is perfect for moving plants and transplanting them with ease. Flattening out the blade can help prevent root damage and ensure the plant stays healthy during the move. What’s more, the shorter handle on a spade makes it a great choice for tight spaces where a full-sized shovel might feel cumbersome.

  • Hand-Held Lopper

Prune, cut, and trim twigs, thin branches, and live and dead growths that measure up to 1CM thick with a hand pruner, also known as a secateur due to its short handle. Small plants like succulents, bonsai, and the like are easy to handle, so they are ideal candidates for taking cuttings for propagation, transplanting, re-potting, and trimming.

  • Trowel

A trowel is a simple hand tool used for gardening tasks like digging holes, cleaning between uprooting plants, and cutting away dead stalks. A small plant garden would benefit greatly from having this tool. Using a trowel to work the soil won’t hurt the plants’ roots.

  • Rake

Gardening enthusiasts understand the value of a good rake. With a long handle and a bar equipped with teeth, the tool performs a variety of tasks with ease. Gardening tasks such as distributing and collecting garden soil or even leveling the ground can all be done with the help of the trusty rake. 

  • Hori-Hori

The trusty Japanese gardening tools that combines the strength of a knife with the versatility of a trowel. Despite its compact size, this tool is mighty, capable of slicing through even the toughest of roots and stems with ease. Its semi-sharp point allows for effortless plowing through soft soil, saving you time and effort in your gardening endeavors. 

  • Pruning Shears

Head shears are a lot like a giant pair of scissors, with long, skinny blades and short handles. Hedge cutting, trimming, and pruning, as well as the creation of topiaries from shrubs and bushes, are all possible with this tool. These hedge shears have many uses, including trimming the grass around tree trunks, shaping natural barriers, and pruning ornamental plants.

  • Hoe

From pulling weeds to tilling the soil, cutting roots to removing soil from holes, the hoe has proven itself as an indispensable tool for gardeners worldwide. Although long-handled hoes can be found, the short-handled variety is the most common and preferred by many.

Final Thoughts

When shopping for commercial gardening tools, look for pieces that are both sturdy and flexible. Pick implements with corrosion-resistant construction and coated metal handles. Last but not least, you shouldn’t use tools with weak handles or thin metals.

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