2.Raking tools: Digging the topsoil to add a layer of compost every month, uprooting weeds, aerating soil, and breaking up tight garden soil to mix with coco peat and compost before repotting can be made easier with this one tool. Pretty undervalued and unassuming, it is versatile and a great addition to you gardening toolbox. Pyramid Cultivator with Wooden Handle.
3.Trowel/transplanter : The OG gardening tools that our grandparents has too. Well, what can be said, dig soil, mix it, break up bigger chunks, use it as a scoop and what not. If there is only one tool other than a pruner that you can have, it is this. Buy a heavy duty variety and you will not have to worry about buying another for a lifetime of gardening. Pyramid Trowel with Wooden Handle
4.Watering can: while bucket watering is traditional, it also results in overwatering and the more the water flows out of you drainage hole the more nutrients will leech out of your soil. So watering cans are a good addition. They allow us to control the flow of water, especially plants that don’t like wet foliage and it also helps reduce water wastage. There are so many stunning ones out there that they can very well be garden décor, some pop coloured ones can also be used as rustic vases. Sky Bird Watering Can
5. Spray pump: Whether it is misting your plants, cleaning the leaves of dust or bird shit, or spraying that very essential neem oil every fortnight to keep pests at bay, spray pumps are a saviour. They come with a rotatable nozzle to control water flow from a sharp jet to a fine mist. Get the ones with air pressure pumps to last you forever. The barber shop spray pumps will betray you in a few months, however cheap and cute they are (speaking from experience). So get yourself a good air pressure spray pump and make your plants happy. Hand Pressure Sprayer Pump