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Three tools you need to keep your garden tidy this Autumn

Gardens, for those lucky enough to have them, have been hugely important this year.

If you’ve enjoyed spending time in your outside space over the summer, you’ll know it’s important to take care of it over the winter months until it’s ready to be used again. And now is the perfect time to start.

Here are three key tools you need to keep your garden tidy this Autumn.

Leaf blower

Yes, you could always use a rake to group fallen leaves together. But that amount of work is tiring and time consuming.

Opt for a leaf blower instead and remove fallen leaves much faster, with less effort. You can cover a larger area and get the job completed in no time.

Hedge trimmer

Keep hedges precisely pruned and evenly finished with a hedge trimmer.

With so many varieties available, you can choose from different trimmer lengths, blade sizes and capacities.

Mower

Keep your lawn looking smart with a mower.

As well as traditional mains or petrol mowers, you can now choose from cordless lawn mowers too – which means no need to refuel, or dodge trailing power cables.

Opt for a cordless version to make the job cleaner, easier and safer.

Everything you need in your Autumn garden toolkit is available from the Ryobi One+ range, which means all of these tools can be powered using the same battery.

What’s more, this battery doesn’t have to be Ryobi One+.

With a Badaptor, you can convert your existing DeWalt 18-20V, Makita, Milwaukee or Bosch Professional 18V battery for use with the entire Ryobi One+ range of cordless tools.

Which means you can increase your choice, without buying an additional battery and charger system.

Get your Badaptor at badaptor.com, and start exploring the Ryobi One+ range now.

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