Gardening Tips and Tools for Physically Impaired Gardeners

Techniques for participating in the joys of gardening.



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Thelma Honey loads her tip-tilted garden cart.
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Raking is easier with a "Magic Handle" attachment.
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Burpee's "Sugar Bush" watermelon thrives in this raised wooden planter in Henry D. Spalding's yard. 
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Gardening Tips Bulb Planter
A step-on bulb planter.
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Gardening Tips Shovel
A lightweight, long-handled shovel.
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Four super-light aluminum tools from Smith & Hawken.
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 A close-up of the "Magic Handle" on an aluminum rake.
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Gardening Tips Tiller Aid
The "Tiller-Aid".
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