Turf & Sod Tools

Laying sod and creating a new lawn can take a lot of time and energy. Without the right equipment, this task can be harder than it needs to be, and frustration can get in the way of enjoying the process. A.M. Leonard has all the gardening and landscaping tools needed to get the job done right the first time. For tools better suited for maintaining traditional grass, browse our scoops and shovels, garden hoes, and more.

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    Razor-Back® 7-Inch Forged Sidewalk/Ice Scraper
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    Razor-Back® 4-Inch Forged Scraper
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    Ultimate Scraper 12-Inch Replacement Blade
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Of all the unique challenges associated with gardening, sod grass presents challenges of its own. Our folding sod knives literally cut that challenge down to size. Once cut, use our sod lifters to help transport the turf to the correct place. Once the new turf is in place, our sod tampers and stake drivers make it easy to ensure that the turf stays where you want it. We have sod tampers in multiple sizes to better meet your needs. Smooth edges for walkways and driveways are easy to create with our turf edgers.

Once the new lawn is in place, all that's left is basic lawn care. Trim any ragged spots with our shears to create a smooth look. Long handled edging shears make quick work of trimming the turf along paths, walkways, driveways and sidewalks. Any rough spots can be groomed with our short or long handled lawn shears. We have long handled lawn shears with horizontal blades to save strain on your back from bending over.

Walks need attention, too. We have walk scrapers in multiple sizes to quickly remove any debris. Our collection of yard and garden rakes also offers great options for clearing debris. Removing fences is easily done with our t-post and post puller. The T-post and post puller allows for greater pulling force without you having to bend over so you can remove more posts more quickly with less fatigue.