Honest, hard working garden tools. April 23, 2013Categories Uncategorizedgarden, garden chores, garden photography, garden tools, gardening, greenhouse, Spring garden11 Comments on Honest, hard working garden tools. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Published by staceyweichert country living, tending my kids, gardens, and critters all photos are my own, please ask permission to use www.downtoearthdigs.wordpress.com View all posts by staceyweichert
11 thoughts on “Honest, hard working garden tools.”
Beautiful collection of tools you have there, need to throw a snowshovel in there today though!
It’s called “denial”!
I see 76 degrees forecasted for next Monday!!! I thought I was seeing things. Hang in there my friend.
Actually, I use a snow shovel to clean out my chicken coops. Works great! Great tools, it’s amazing how you come to appreciate these things. Recognize all of them, but the triangle shaped object at the top. What is it?
It’s a copper sprinkler…works perfect in the raised beds, you can tuck the straight edge right up to the edge of the bed. I found 2 of these at a flea market in San Francisco a couple of years ago.
Rustic collage for sure, awesome! Hey what’s that thingy on top, second from the left?
It’s a copper sprinkler, the straight edge can be tucked up against my raised bed edge and it gently waters…found 2 of them at a flea market in San Francisco a couple of years ago.
Flea Markets!!!! I love em. Great find.
I love old tools!
I really love how you take care of your tools. I have a lot of old ones also, but they are scattered about! You inspire me to be more careful, Stacey!