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5 Garden Tool Deals to Outfit Your Shed for Any Season

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Just because the weather is about to start feeling cooler doesn't mean it's time to neglect your yard. Our roundup of the week's best garden deals lets you stock up on all the necessary tools. Score deeply discounted shears, shovels, and more.


Craftsman Extendable Handle Hedge Shears
Store: Sears
Price: $16.99 EXPIRED
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $6.25 s&h
Lowest By: $11
Expiration: October 20

Whether you want to trim off dead branches or keep your hedges looking neat, these Craftsman hedge shears are just what you need. Their lightweight handles are extendable up to 26", so trimming taller bushes will be no problem. Both blades are narrowed at the tip to ensure you can make precise cuts for a tidy shape. The tool features carbon-steel blades, designed to last season after season, and cushioned grips for more comfortable yardwork.



Walmart Patio and Garden Rollbacks
Store: Walmart
Shipping: In-store pickup, EXPIRED or $5.99 s&h
Expiration: September 15

Stock up on way more than just garden tools with this sale from Walmart. While it's perfect for bagging garden essentials like leaf blowers, string trimmers, and lawn mowers, you'll also find discounts on patio furniture, grills, and more. Opt for in-store pickup when you can, or receive free shipping on orders of $35. (Oversize items may incur additional fees, and some items may receive additional discounts via pickup.) One of our top picks is this Black & Decker 20V Max Cordless Li-Ion 10" Chainsaw for $84.53, a savings of $10. (It's the same at Amazon.)



Craftsman Hand Gardening Hoe and Cultivator
Store: Sears
Price: $4.99 EXPIRED
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $4.49 s&h
Lowest By: $5
Expiration: October 20

Fall is well on its way, but this Craftsman hand gardening hoe and cultivator can still come in handy. It's ideal for gardening tasks in tight spaces and containers, as well as in open gardens. It has an ergonomic handle with a thumb rest, ensuring a comfortable fit and much-needed leverage to tackle different jobs. The aluminum tool head is designed to be durable and long-lasting. A hang-up hole at the handle end provides a convenient storage solution.



Grounds Keeper Round Point Shovel
Store: Northern Tool
Price: $7.99 EXPIRED
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $7.49 s&h
Lowest By: $7
Expiration: September 13

Prep your garden for whatever you want to grow with this round point shovel. It has a round point blade that's ideal for digging, breaking up clumps, and turning soil. The long, wooden handle is designed to be more comfortable and reduce hand fatigue. The shovel is 59" long and features a drop-forged 17-gauge tempered steel head.



Craftsman Wooden 2-Wheel Edger
Store: Sears
Price: $13.79 EXPIRED
Shipping: In-store pickup
Lowest By: $9
Expiration: October 20

Ensure your lawn is perfectly manicured with this Craftsman Wooden 2-Wheel Edger. Its ashwood handle provides both strength and durability, so this tool will be part of your maintenance routine for seasons to come. The sharpened blade cuts sod easily and quickly for a smoother edging job. The edger is designed for manicuring the edge of the lawn along paths, driveways, and flower beds.

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Julie joined DealNews in 2015, after many years of becoming well-versed in technology issues as a communications professional for a software company. She first entered journalism in college, reporting on issues facing frugal students for CollegeCandy.com. Julie lives in DealNews' hometown of Huntsville, AL.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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2 comments
mackie123
I beg to differ. The edger kicks grass. Every year I have Bermuda grass "seeping" over the edge of my curbs and every year I get out there and sweat my nuts off with this tool. It's hard work, but this tool does it and does it darn well.
Enough-enough-ENOUGH
Nobody EVER mentions the Made-for-late-night-TV "Garden Claw"! It's that weird looking tool that's about 3' long and has opposing bent handles that you use to "twist" the dirt. Great in hard clay too. Perhaps the most underrated garden tool of all time. Forget the edger..