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Our Black Friday Sale is on! Do you know what that means? It means that you get 10% off everything. Not just one item, but everything! So, if you're looking for presents for your family, friends, or yourself (why not?), this is a great chance to grab them at a discount!🤩
Our small space gardening tools are essential for cultivating light soil in your flowerbeds and pot plants. 😍
There's never been a better time to stock up on gardening tools! Shop our EOFY sale for 10% off sitewide + free gifts. 👩🌾 @gardenwithconnie
"I recently got my hands on this @hoselinkofficial garden knife and it's actually been so handy to have! Being able to chop down old plants and dig through roots easily at the same time makes planting out so much more efficient!" - @gardenwithconnie 🌱
Happy Monday! 🍋 @kathshomeandgarden couldn't be happier that we're in citrus season!
Taking a rest from a busy day in the garden, with our Garden Tool Tote Bag. 🐶 📸 @country_plant_lady
@sustainable_holly working hard in the yard with our Lopper! 👩🌾 With Teflon coated SK5 Japanese steel cutting blades for clean cutting, durability, corrosion resistance and long lasting sharpness, and able to cut branches up to 3cm thick - we think you need a pair. Shop Garden Tools online now.
Secateurs in every colour. 😍 What shade should we bring out next? 📸 @mybackyardharvest
Digging and planting made easy with our Garden Auger Drill Bit! This drill attachment makes it easy to quickly plant bulbs and seedlings as well as cultivate the soil and turn over compost. 👩🌾
Pruning Tips with Ingrid @gardening.with.ingrid "Late winter is the time to prune your deciduous fruit trees while they are dormant before the buds have opened."
Leeks, rocket, beetroot, celery, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, onions, kale, spinach and silver-beet are some of our favourite winter crops! What did you plant in your garden for winter?
Fresh home-grown broccoli for dinner tonight! Carol @gardentogut does not let one bit of this highly nutritious veggie go to waste "We love broccoli, it’s one of the few veggies the kids will happily eat (okay maybe not happily but with minimal complaints). We are also big fans of the stem (peeled and chopped), and the chickens are mad for the leaves. It’s a win-win all round! I'm using #hoselinkaustralia secateurs to harvest our broccoli".
Add fallen leaves to your compost just like Nancy @veggie_garden_qld Have a little fun with the Hoselink Leaf Scoops
Curious about how much rainfall your garden receives? Take the guesswork out of your watering routine with the Hoselink Rain Gauge. With up to 120mm measurement indicator and easy installation through spiking the gauge into the ground or mounting to a fence post, the Hoselink Rain Gauge makes measuring precipitation a breeze.
Hoselink’s classic Garden Fork is the perfect hand tool for weeding and cultivating light soil in your flowerbed and pot plants. The soft grip rubber handle is ergonomically designed for your comfort and easy use.
Florists and gardeners will love using these pocket-sized snippers designed to fit perfectly in the hand.
Remove weeds without the need to bend using Hoselink's innovative Stand-up Weed Puller.
The Hoselink Hand Scythe Weeder is the ideal way to remove unwanted weeds and grasses from your garden bed or from in between pavers. You can use the point to pick at weeds in between pavers or concrete, and use it in a digging motion to loosen weeds.
Ideally shaped for right or left hand use, the snippers make cutting small stems easy due to their lightweight and ergonomic design.
Everyone knows weeding isn't usually fun but with this weed puller you'll be popping weeds out with glee!
The curved surface works like a trowel and the sharp point will help you penetrate tough dirt surfaces.
Constructed from Japanese steel, these high quality Secateurs are durable, sharp and great for heavy-duty cutting.
Take the guesswork out of measuring rainfall with Hoselink's 120mm Rain Gauge.