Each year, the experts at Which? put gardening tools through their paces in our thorough tests, but which ones are the favourites with visitors to which.co.uk? We reveal the top choices in each category.
From lawn mowers to hedge trimmers, gardeners often require a range of tools to maintain their plots. Knowing which are the best ones makes all the difference when it comes to success. You can always rely on Which? to give you a reliable verdict to help you choose the best.
The Spear & Jackson S2434 CR is the most-viewed lawn mower. This cordless electric model costs just £150 and is available from Argos. It has a 34cm cutting width, making it ideal for small lawns up to 150 sq m. There are five cutting heights so you can adjust the length of cut throughout the season and it has a 35-litre grass collection box.
We found it was simple to use, but just how well does it cut?
The Mountfield MH48Li is the most viewed. It's a cordless hedge trimmer that costs a pricey £277. The 48V battery can be used across Mountfield's cordless range, which is useful if you have more of their tools.
At around half the weight of a petrol hedge trimmer would it make a good alternative to one?
Read our full review of the Mountfield MH48Li hedge trimmer
The Qualcast Corded Grass Trimmer 600W is the most viewed. At just £49, it's one of the cheaper models we've tested. It boasts the largest motor size in the Qualcast corded range, but does this mean it's hard to control?
Will it tackle tough weeds as well as trimming grass?
Read our full review of the Qualcast Corded Grass Trimmer 600W
The Karcher K4 Compact Home is the most-viewed pressure washer. It's the cheapest in the Karcher K4 range, but is more expensive than other cylinder pressure washers. It comes with a variable spray fan-jet nozzle for cleaning easily damaged surfaces, such as cars and decking, and a rotary Dirt Blaster nozzle for shifting tougher stains.
The Outback Jupiter 4 Burner is the most-viewed barbecue. At £450, it's cheaper than most of its competitors and has lots of useful features and impressive-sounding specifications. With four burners, it's big enough to cook for five to seven people.
How tasty is the food it cooks?
Read our full review of the Outback Jupiter 4 Burner.