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5 Essential Tools for Fall Garden Cleanup

Let these gardening gadgets lend a hand with fall cleanup. You'll spruce up your yard and garden in record time.

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Amazing Rake picking up leavesVia Amazing Rake

Amazing Rake

Make fall cleanup a breeze while saying goodbye to back strain by using a 3-in-1 rake this fall. Don't forget to save some of the leaves and turn them into a fun DIY fall wreath.

Buy It: $40 at Home Depot

Pad-It cushion for kneesVia GelPro

Pad-It Cushion

Give your knees a break! This handy cushion provides needed relief during long gardening sessions in every season. Follow this handy checklist to see which fall gardening chores you can do in just 5 minutes. The cushion can also double as a seat cushion, perfect for autumn football games.

Buy It: $20 at Amazon

Gardening gloves protect hands from sharp thorns.Via Garrett Wade

Cut-and-Puncture-Resistant Gardening Gloves

Whether you're avoiding prickly thorns or doing some heavy-duty yard work, these protective gloves are ready to keep your hands safe. Psst—now that you're not worried about thorns, here's how to choose the best roses for your garden.

Buy It: $43 at Garrett Wade

Twist Tiller breaking up dirtVia Gardeners Edge

Twist Twiller

Breaking up dirt will suddenly seem like a fun activity once you give this twist tiller a chance. Simply step down, then turn the handle! If you have mini helping hands in the garden, here are the best gardening tools for kids.

Buy It: $36 at Gardeners Edge

CobraHead garden toolVia CobraHead

Weeding and Cultivator Garden Tool

Taking care of weeds can be a pain, literally, but this ergonomically designed weeder and cultivator garden tool helps make the dreaded task a lot more enjoyable. Follow these 12 tips for tackling weeds in your garden.

Buy It: $28 at CobraHead.com

Molly Jasinski
Molly Jasinski is a writer, editor and social media manager for Birds & Blooms. She enjoys watching the robins, cardinals and occasional goldfinch seen around her apartment.