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Spring is slowly working its way into prime time to do some planting. It's been a long winter and now it is time to stretch your legs and take a good look at what you have to do to get your garden going.

As usual around this time of year I start to look at all the gardening magazines to get an ideas of what plants and flowers that I would like to add to this years gardening crop.

One of my things to do is to browse through the Burpee gardening magazine. They have such a variety of flowers and plants to make your garden canvas a masterpiece of flowers and veggies

Hold on, I'm getting a little ahead of myself. Before you can get to all the fun stuff of planting your choice plants from online or a garden nursery. You have to prepare your garden by doing a little tilling of soil.

After many years of using a shovel to get my garden soil ready for planting. A couple of years ago I decided to invest in a garden tiller to make the job of breaking ground for my flower beds much easier.

I have to say it has been one of my most pleasant investments that I have made for my garden. My tiller just zips through the soil with the greatest of ease and it has been very reliable through the past few years.

The most I have had to do for maintenance is change the oil when needed and I have only had to replace one spark-plug so far to keep the engine running fine.

If you think you are in the market to invest in a garden tiller and take load off of your back this gardening season. Her are a few tips we recommend to get you started.

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