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Best Gardening Carts

Updated December 2018
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    A gardening cart is a small wagon that can help you move heavy gardening items and small tools during yard-work. They are ideal for carrying mulch or plants to a site in the yard, saving the gardener time and energy. Gardening carts are designed to go over rough terrain. Most have a thick rubber or hard plastic wheels, which will help keep them from getting stuck in the mud. Some gardening carts can double as a small stool to allow you to sit low while planting or weeding. Garden carts can carry a lot, but generally will not be good for transporting long-handled tools. Look for the weight capacity and features like drop sides or telescoping handles to aid with the chores you most often undertake.

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