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Round Up Post: Gardening Gear, Links, and Resources

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H
appy National Gardening Day! I have been seeing so many garden beds being created over the past few weeks, and I have been getting some gardening questions in my DMs and that makes me so happy! There is nothing more that relieves my stress than gardening – and all to think my gardening journey started all because my husband wanted a garden area.

I thought I’d round up some of my how-to garden posts for easy reference wherever you are in your garden journey.


Shop my favorite garden tools


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1. Fiskars Kangaroo Collapsible Container Gardening Bag, 30 Gallon | 2. Tubtrug | 3. Fiskars PowerGear2 Bypass Lopper, 32 Inch | 4. Fiskars PowerGear2 UltraBlade Softgrip Pruner | 5. Raised Bed Corner, 8 Inch Set of 2 Aluminum | 6. Japan Saw Tooth Sickle | 7. Gilmour Brass Hose Quick Connector | 8. Somerset Hat | 9. FitFlop Wonderwelly (ergonomic) , I love Hunter boots but not the ankle ones | 10. Tubtrug Tool Organizer | 11. Chicken Wire Cloche + 3-in-1 Chicken Wire Cloche | 12. Bamboo Poles & Bamboo Stakes | 13. Fiskars Micro-Tip Pruning Snips | 14. Large Markers, Set of 25 | 15. Sophie Conran Everyday Gardening Gloves | 16. Galvanized Seed Saver Kit | 17. Organic GrowEase Seed Starting Success Kit | 18. Gilmour 50′ AquaArmor Lightweight Hose


Favorite online garden stores



Where I buy plants and seeds online



Diana Elizabeth wants to remind you it’s OK to remove plants and trees that do not bring you joy. Plants and trees are mulched and returned to the Earth giving it nutrients. Do not feel guilty if you need to remove any of your landscaping plants or trees, you can always replace and replant.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.

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