(1). Spear Jackson Edging Knife
Every serious gardener knows that when it comes to a well-groomed lawn, it's all about the edges. This soft-handled, steel edging knife will make light work of all but the toughest turf.
2. Garden Groom Hedge trimmer
No need to worry about collecting the hedge trimmings when you're using the Garden Groom; this rotary blade cutter collects all the cuttings into a bag which comes with it. Genius.
3. Sankey Watering Can
This nifty 10-litre watering can has an adjustable sprinkler head and a hinged handle which can be moved backwards and forwards so you don't have to struggle getting the last bit of water from the bottom of the can.
4. Ryobi Garden Vac
Vacuuming the lounge is a bit of a pain, but vacuuming the garden can be strangely fun. Especially if you have one of these 45-litre beasts which comes with a built-in leaf and twig mulcher.
5. Wicker Trug
Whether you're an allotment addict or just like creating arrangements from flowers from the garden, you'll want a garden trug to collect your produce in.
6. Wolf Garten Extractor
There'll be no more struggling to pull up those pesky weeds with this handy device. Just push the extractor into the soil next to the weed, turn the handle and - hey presto! - the weed, roots and all, are hauled out of the ground.
7. Bosch Secateurs
Make pruning easy with the world's first cordless electric secateurs. The chunky snippers, which when fully charged are good for 500 cuts, make short work of twigs and branches up to 1.5cm thick.
8. Greenfingers Wheelbarrow
This must-have wheelbarrow has a 114-litre capacity, is lightweight, made from rustproof galvanised steel and, best of all, costs little over £50.
9. Anemone Garden Set
This steel trowel and fork set is one for the stylish gardener, coming covered in a sweet William Morris enamel design.
10. Husqvarna Automower
It may cost a king's ransom, but this automatic lawnmower is very cool. Just input the desired cutting area, press "go" and you'll have a pristine lawn in no time.