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I have to admit I use my scissors more than any other tool in my arsenal.There are many uses for
garden scissors.  What are garden scissors used for? Read on to find out how to use scissors in the garden. If you read pretty much anything by your favorite gardening guru about which tools are must-haves for the garden, you will find no mention of scissors. I strongly disagree.  As I’ve gotten older, the trusty scissors have stuck with me through thick and thin. They are like a third hand, one of the handiest tools I have. From opening seed packets to cutting suckers they get the job done, without the hipe.   But for small, quick jobs, you will find me using scissors in the garden. How to Use Garden Scissors in the Garden? The scissors I use for the garden aren’t anything special, just an old pair of plain household scissors. I carry them around in  My back pocket or if I have bibs on you will find them in just about any pocket, lot's to choose from. What kind of uses do I find for garden scissors? Well, speaking of twine, I find that scissors cut it better and faster than other implements. I also use the scissors to remove twine that was holding up the now dead tomato plants. You can use scissors to deadhead flowers, harvest veggies, and snip herbs. You can’t beat scissors for cutting potting soil bags. Scissors are invaluable when you need to get into the impenetrable packaging that we have to deal with on a daily base. As you can see, there are many uses for scissors in the garden, Check out the selection of garden scissors in this section to make gardening easier, and less stressful.
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Garden Scissors

As you can see, there are many uses for scissors in the garden, Check out the selection of garden scissors in this section to make gardening easier