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How to Choose the Right Pruning Tool for Your Garden Jobs

Jul. 15, 2021

Pruning is vital to the health of your garden, but do you know the best tools for pruning trees, plants and shrubs? And what is the easiest way to prune grass, perennials, roots and vines? I'll show you how to pick the right tools for the job so you can cut, slice, chop, trim, chop and saw your garden into all sorts of shapes. While there is no one tool that will do all the work effectively, you can certainly narrow your choices down to a few tools that will do most of the cutting in your garden.

Telescopic Tree Pruner

 Telescopic Tree Pruner 

The right pruning tool for the job

Garden tools, including loppers and pruners. If you've ever used the wrong pruning tool, you know what it's like.The blades don't fit the branches, and after wrestling with them, the plants are damaged and your hands are sore. With the right pruner, you should be able to get a nice, dry cut and clean slice - easily and quickly - without any collateral damage to the plant or to you!

How to choose the right pruning tool for your garden work

Pruning is vital to the health of your garden, but do you know the best tools for pruning trees, plants and shrubs? What's the easiest way to prune grass, perennials, roots and vines? I'll show you how to pick the right garden tree branch pruner for the job so you can cut, slice, chop, trim, chop and saw your garden into all sorts of shapes. While there is no one tool that will do all the work effectively, you can certainly narrow your choices down to a few tools that will do most of the cutting in your garden.

 

The right pruning tool for the job

If you've ever struggled with the wrong pruning tool, you know what it's like. The blades don't fit the branches, and after a struggle, the plants are damaged and your hands hurt. Guilty!

With the right  telescopic tree pruner pruner, you should be able to get a nice, dry cut and clean slice - easily and quickly - without any collateral damage to the plant or to you!

 Telescopic Pole Saw

Telescopic Pole Saw 

What pruners do I need?

Pruning Dictionary

Here's a quick primer on pruning.

 

Pruners are one-handed cutting tools for smaller cuts.

Pliers require two hands to operate and are for medium sized cuts.

Pruner saws are one-handed (like a shop saw) and are used for larger cuts.

You may also notice mention of the words anvil, bypass, and ratchet.

 

Anvil = a single cutting blade that closes on a flat surface (anvil).

Bypass = blades that do just that: go around each other. There is usually a sharp blade and a blunt blade. These are usually stronger than anvil trimmers.

Ratchet = An enlarged anvil trimmer that adds some extra leverage to help your hand. This is usually the strongest and most expensive pruner.

 

No one pruner will fit all situations. And, as mentioned at the beginning, if you try to make one tool fit all cuts, you'll hurt the plant/tree, the tool, and maybe yourself (by forcing the tool to do what it's not supposed to do).

 

If you just need a trimmer for a small one-time job, try borrowing one. If you need a pruner for ongoing garden maintenance, you may only need a few different pruners to keep everything trimmed, primed, and healthy.

If you want to get more information about  high quality telescopic tree pruner wholesale,  welcome to contact us today or request a quote.

 


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