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Gardening Trolleys & Wagons

Those home owners who pay extra attention to their lawn and back yard, know better than anybody else how valuable good garden trolleys and wagons are.  They will save time, require less effort, and will save your back from injury as you won’t have to carry heavy pots or big bags of soil and plant feed and or other tools and material.   If you are on the market for gardening carts and wagons, there are few options available to you.

You can choose between wagons or Garden Trolley , but before choosing between the two, you need to choose between few other things first: How large of a place you have for storing your wagon once you are done.  Of course you cart or wagon can be left out after you are done working, but this will reduce their life span, and probably won’t look all that attractive either.  Another factor to be considered, is he wheel size that you might need.  If you have a yard that has stones, or walk ways that a cart can roll on easily, you can buy a cart or wagon with any size wheel.

If you have a ward that is covered with grass, or has small steps, with no clear walkways, however, you will need a thicker, larger set of wheels that will allow you to easily push your cart or wagon around.  Lastly, consider whether you would like a four wheel or a two wheel Garden Trolleys.  While the wheel, and the support of the build of your cart/wagon will decrease the pressure on your back if you get a two wheeled cart, having a four wheel cart will be easier on your back.

Two wheeled carts, such as the Draper 78643 Expert Garden Caddy, however, give you better storing options.

Once you decide on the general mechanics of your gardening vessel, you need to decide whether you would like a dirt wagon or a flat bottomed cart or both.  A flat bottomed cart can have walls, or could be lacking them. Garden Trolleys that have sides or higher edges will allow for more stability when mobile.  Moreover many flat bottomed carts are generally made of inter-weaved metal, and might have small holes at the bottom that makes them impractical to use for moving dirt without using another container.  The flat bottomed carts are generally ideal for moving potted plants.  A dirt (or dump) wagon, however, is generally more conical, and has walls that make it very practical for moving dirt and soil.

Garden Trolleys are designed to be either pulled or pushed.  Generally speaking, it is better for your back if you get the ones that you can push rather than haul, but that also goes back to your preference.  Additionally, you could choose between different sizes.  Double deck carts and wagons are also available that allow you more surface area with a more compact design.  Once you have made your decision, go online, or to a nursery, and then you can choose for a model with the specifications you have in mind.