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Gardena Classic Secateurs
Stainless steel lower blade

£ 10.95

RRP: £11.49
Garden Secateurs A/S Anvil

£ 13.94

RRP: £15.49
Gardena Secateurs B/S
Classic Bypass Secateurs

£ 13.95

RRP: £15.49
Gardena SchnippSchnapp
All-purpose with rust-free blades

£ 14.95

RRP: £15.49
Gardena Secateurs B/S-M

£ 15.29

RRP: £16.99
city gardening Balcony Secateur

£ 15.74

RRP: £17.49
Gardena SchnippSchnapp XL
All-purpose with rust-free blades

£ 17.95

RRP: £18.49
Garden Rose Gatherer

£ 20.69

RRP: £22.99
Gardena Comfort Bow Saw 530
For thick branches & logs

£ 20.69

RRP: £22.99
Gardena Garden Secateurs A/M
Anvil Secateurs

£ 21.59

RRP: £23.99
Gardena Secateurs B/M

£ 21.59

RRP: £23.99
Gardena Garden Saw 135 P
easy-to-use & space-saving

£ 21.95

RRP: £23.99

Tree and Shrub Care

Gardena have all the essential tools for looking after your trees, bushes, shrubs and hedges.

Whether it's simple pruning and trimming or cutting and sawing we have what you need to keep your trees strong and healthy.

We recommend hedge clippers for topiary, secateurs for basic pruning and loppers for thicker branches, we even offer a lopper for cutting high tree branches from ground level - simply pair a combisystem anvil branch pruner with a telescopic handle or purchase a starcut solution.

For really thick branches we have a range of saws and axes.

All tools have a 25 year warranty which backs up the excellent quality you expect from Gardena.

Tree Care

Cutting trees correctly is a essential task when looking after your garden, pruning is vital for controlled and healthy growth.

When pruning, the cuts you make will determine the overall shape of the crown of your tree as well as strengthening the existing branches and helping to prevent fungal growth.

We suggest you prune your trees in spring or late autumn rather than during winter.

Winter pruning should only be done very carefully as frost may damage fresh wood and slow down the natural healing process.

Branches should be cut at a distance of at least 1cm from the tree trunk to prevent damage; we suggest that when sawing a very thick branch that you do it in stages - in an effort to prevent a heavy branch from snapping mid-cut and damaging your tree in the process.