These are the best garden tool deals to shop right now from Amazon, Walmart and Target

The deals on these gardening essentials are too good to miss – they're going straight into my shopping basket

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(Image credit: Target | Amazon | Walmart)

With summer just beginning, now is the time to stock up on those smaller gardening items that we're always on the hunt for. From hats and gloves to the perfect pruners, I won't be missing out on the best deals this year.

If you've gone through the checklist of essential gardening tools and seem to be missing a few items, now is the time to get your hands on some stylish and useful items that will up your gardening game. Whether you're tackling tasks on your late spring gardening checklist or getting ready for your summer gardening jobs, there are lots of brilliant deals on gardening goods to make the most of.

Here are the nine items that I'm shopping at the moment with deals that simply can't be missed.

The best garden tools deals

Sometimes when you're busy keeping on top of maintaining your backyard it can be hard to find the time to pick up different gardening essentials. That's why it's worth getting your hands on these nine picks now while unmissable deals last.

With spring coming to an end and summer just beginning, it's key to have all the gardening tools you need to hand. Sometimes the smallest tools can make the biggest difference, so it's worthwhile investing in them to get all your gardening jobs done. Make the most of these current deals to collect what you need and get busy in your garden in an efficient, safe and stylish manner.

Make sure to also read up on how to clean garden tools so that you can keep your new purchases in pristine condition.

Tenielle Jordison
News Writer (Gardens)

Tenielle is a News Writer in the Gardens team at Homes & Gardens with five years of journalistic experience. She studied BA Journalism, Media and English Literature and MA Magazine Journalism at Cardiff University. Before coming to Homes & Gardens, Tenielle was in the editorial department at the Royal Horticultural Society and worked on The Garden magazine. She is passionate about sustainable living and the role gardening has to play in tackling the effects of climate change. Tenielle is also a houseplant lover who is slowly running out of room for her ever-growing collection. She has experience successfully propagating indoor plants and overcoming common houseplant problems.