Monday, April 4
Wheelbarrows come in all shapes and sizes.
Some are expensive; some can be found at the discount store. How do you know which is best for your needs?
Some wheelbarrows have two OK wheels when the ground is level or don't have good balance. For good maneuverability in a tight place, the one-wheeled version is probably best.
The metal versions are sturdy and long-lasting, while the plastic ones are considerably lighter weight which can be a selling point. Some people don't even bother with a wheelbarrow at all. They use the old-fashioned red wagon. These are good if what you're pulling is not very heavy and you're not going a long way. Black-eyed Susan's are a cheery edition that fits in with most landscaping needs. Find them among our perennials.