Our Goal is to Make Garden Chores Easier
Here at the Impatient Farmer, we strive to complete our outdoor chores in the fastest, most efficient way possible. Our goal is to help our fellow gardeners, farm owners and homesteaders do the same. Using garden power tools is one of the best ways to do this and is a passion of ours.
If you are anything like us, you stroll the isles of the home improvement centers dreaming of all the tools you would like to buy. But it’s hard to know which is best. That’s where we come in. We review the top products in each category and compare the pros and cons of the best sellers. We hope to make your tool shopping & selection process a little easier.
We also include buyer’s guides, best practices, safety tips and general information on growing and maintaining your properties outdoors. Don’t miss our Pinterest and Facebook pages where we like to share photos and tips from the most popular content on the web.
Whether you are in the market for a rototiller, need a few planting tips or want to build a whole new garden, we hope you enjoy our site!
Our Featured Garden Power Tools
Preparing a new garden bed? Tillers will save you days of back-breaking work.
Read our reviews of the best garden tillers, plus our buying guides and price comparison tables.
Read our Garden Tiller Reviews
Have a few dead spots in the lawn or need to till the soil before planting?
Cultivators make it easy to till the first few inches of soil. Why spend hours on your knees, when a cordless cultivator can do the job in minutes?
Compare the Top 3 Cultivators
Who wants to fumble with ladders and a chainsaw strapped to their back?
Trimming trees can be dangerous. Pole saws make life easy extending your reach up to 15 feet.
Find the Best Electric Pole Saw
The Latest Garden Tips and How to ArticlesChoose a category to start or select one of our most popular articles shown below to dive right in.
How to Choose the Best Mulch for Your Garden
Why choose mulch? Simply put, mulch helps conserve moisture in the soil, control weeds, prevent erosion, add organic material, and it looks better than plain dirt. To top it off, studies have shown that a well-mulched and maintained garden can increase production by up to 50%. The type of mulch you need and how much to use can vary from place to place. Let’s take a look at [...]
Taking Care of Trees: The Basics of Tree Care in the Garden
Just getting into gardening? If you are planning on adding some greenery and shade to your yard in the form of new trees, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with tree care basics first. The first few years of care in a new tree’s life are vital and will have an impact on your tree’s health, shape, and growth in the future. A tree that receives good care in its fi [...]
Planning your Backyard Vegetable Garden: How to Start Things off Right
The winter months are the perfect time to do your backyard vegetable garden planning. This is why seed catalogs are usually shipped in late December to early January. It gives you time [...]
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