Gather raked leaves in half the time with these extra large "hand extenders." Molded from lightweight, high quality polypropylene, they fit any size hand comfortably, letting you quickly pick up grass clippings, leaves and piles of weeds. A safe way to feed leaf shredders, too.
Compostable, 33 gal. bags hold more waste, are more durable and are easier to use than paper lawn and leaf bags. They're ideal if you live in a community that has banned regular plastic bags for the collection of yard waste. These bags can be composted right along with the waste.
Gather leaves, sticks, and a multitude of other yard debris in this brilliant bag. Comfortable handles, reinforced corners, and waterproof jute make this tougher, smarter, and better-looking than those vinyl or paper ones that appear each fall. And when the cleanup is over, bring it inside and put it to use as a laundry bag, blanket storage, and more!
This multi-purpose tool set consists of a sturdy 41-3/4" fiberglass handle plus four tool attachments: leaf rake, shovel, broom and garden rake. The ingenious design lets you attach and release each tool with a simple click, while the secure connection can handle tough tasks. Convenient to use and transport, the SwitchStick also includes hanging hardware for easy storage.
These flexible, lightweight polyethylene tubs are washable, bendable, crushable, nearly indestructible. This is our largest Tubtrug; it holds 11 gallons and is plenty big for collecting weeds, gathering long-stemmed flowers for bouquets, carrying hand tools and supplies out to the garden and more. You'll find dozens of uses!
You may need only one compost bin most of the year, but where can you put that mountain of leaves every fall? This wire bin holds 16 cubic feet (102 dry gallons) of leaves, grass clippings and garden scraps, without the investment of an enclosed composter.
You may need only one composter most of the year, but where can you put that mountain of leaves every fall? This three-bin wire composter holds 48 cubic feet of leaves, grass clippings and garden scraps, without the investment of an enclosed composter. The three bins can also be used to separate compost: one to collect yard and kitchen waste, one for cooking compost, and one for finished compost.
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