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Salsola's Communal Gardens

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  1.   1.  Rules
  2.   2.  Usage
  3.   3.  Inventory
    1.   3.1  Crops
    2.   3.2  Herbs & Other Plants
    3.   3.3  Seeds
    4.   3.4  Supplies

The garden is located in lush terrain a short walk from the rich silt-infused and fertile banks of the Pictou delta. Various uncultivated plant cover disguises the garden from view, and a short fence surrounds it. The fence is useless for keeping vermin and such out of the garden, and merely serves as a boundary marker to separate the intentionally cultivated flora from the wild ones. A small cabin - little more than a shed - allows for the storage of crude gardening equipment and simple tools.

A number of different plants are cultivated here for Salsola's purposes; primarily, the pack is interested in healing items and items that can be used to conceal one's scent. However, any plants possessing useful properties may be added to the garden's stores.

The garden's proximity to the Pictou River allows for watering trenches to bring quenching liquid to the growing plants of the pack. Plants are frequently dried or preserved and later transported to the Storage shed for safe-keeping. Prior to the 2011 winter, the garden was not winterized. In more recent times, cold-hardy plants are covered in burlap sacks and lined with mulch and wood shavings to help keep the plants insulated from the wind and snow.

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1.  Rules

  • Donating items / goods to this page is welcomed and encouraged!
    • If you do not feel comfortable updating the Wiki or cannot, please make use of our Maintenance Thread!
  • Members are free to use these items listed here however they see fit. Of course, excessive "take" without much "give" in return (ie. if your character continually loots the storage shed, yet does not provide anything of value in return) may result in consequences if discovered by the Mafiosi!
  • Salsola adheres to the Tagging System — pay attention to the tags, as they designate what an item can be used for.


2.  Usage

These are a few ways to make use of this communal feature! (Hide)
Year-round
  • Donate seeds, transplant plants, add gardening tools, etc.
  • General plant care (watering; adequate sunlight/shade/spacing, pruning dead leaves, weeds, and other plant matter, etc.)
  • Dry herbs and/or collect seeds
  • Store harvested vegetables, herbs, seeds, etc.
  • Add/tend to the compost pile
    • Acceptable compost pile additions: washed and crushed egg shells, fallen leaves, fruit waste, grass cuttings, manure (chicken, cow, horse, pig, etc.), plant prunings/waste, vegetable peelings, worms
  • Pest control, prevention, and removal
  • Repair and/or replace fencing, garden lattices, planter boxes, or broken tools
Spring

( March - May )

  • Prune dead plant matter, remove weeds and debris, and get rid of old mulch to prepare for new growing season
  • Prepare the soil — loosen compacted soil via tilling, add compost to help with plant growth
  • Plant seeds
  • Harvest spring herbs and late-spring crops
Summer

( June - August )

  • Harvest spring and summer herbs and crops
  • Store harvested crops / herbs / seeds
  • Ensure plants receive enough water and don't get too hot/too much sun
  • Prune dead plants
  • Plant seeds for second harvest where applicable
Autumn

( September - November )

  • Harvest late-summer and autumn herbs and crops
  • Store harvested crops / herbs / seeds
  • Decrease watering
  • Apply mulch
  • Winterize the garden
Winter

( December - February )

  • Apply burlap to cold hardy plants during inclement weather to help prevent them from being damaged from frost/ice
  • Apply mulch around base of cold hardy plants to help keep them warm
  • Prude dead plants


3.  Inventory

» See Salsola's Clinic page for stored and dried herbs
» See Salsola's Storage page for additional inventory and stored goods

Note: Categories, groups, and items within are alphabetized.
☘ indicates that this plant also grows naturally in the wild of Salsola's territory. All wild-harvested plants are Free to Trade regardless of what their Garden tag shows.

3.1  Crops

  • Note: Most crops are only available when in season or shortly after being harvested. Those that can be stored are noted as such. (Hide)
  • Crops that are old or otherwise near expiration are Free to Trade regardless of what their Garden tag shows. However, most of these are more likely to end up in the compost pile.
Blackberries
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer No Trade
  • Planted: Plant goes dormant in the winter months.
  • In Season: Late August
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Dyes — Purple (berries)
Blueberries
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer No Trade
  • Planted: Plant goes dormant in the winter months.
  • In Season: Late July-August
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Dyes — Various shades of Blues and Purples (berries)
Broccoli
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 50-60 days
  • In Season: July-October
  • Usage: Food
Cabbages
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 60-100 days
  • In Season: July-October
  • Usage: Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Can be stored.
Carrots
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn Free to Trade
  • Planted: Spring-Summer
    • Harvest After: 70-80 days
  • In Season: June-November
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Can be stored.
    • Dyes — Orange (entire plant, shredded)
Grapes
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Plant goes dormant in the winter months.
  • In Season: September-October
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Typically used for crafting drinks (eg. wines).
    • This plant is still Poisonous to Luperci if too much is consumed (eg. alcohol poisoning).
    • Dyes — Purple (fruits)
Green Beans
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring-Summer
    • Harvest After: 50-60 days
  • In Season: August-September
  • Usage: Food
Melons
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 70-100 days
  • In Season: August-September
  • Usage: Food
Parsnips
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring-Summer
    • Harvest After: 100 days
  • In Season: October-November
  • Usage: Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Can be stored.
Potatoes
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn Free to Trade
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 60-90 days
  • In Season: August-October
  • Usage: Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Can be stored.
    • Potatoes harvested earlier will be smaller than those harvested later on.
Pumpkins
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 90-120 days
  • In Season: October
  • Usage: Food, Festivities
Radishes
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Spring Summer Autumn Free to Trade*
  • Planted: Spring-Summer
    • Harvest After: 21-45 days
  • In Season: May-September
  • Usage: Food
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
Raspberries
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Plant goes dormant in the winter months.
  • In Season: Late July-Late September
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Dyes — Various shades of Pinks and Reds (berries)
Spinach
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn Free to Trade
  • Planted: Spring-Summer
    • Harvest After: 40 days
  • In Season: June-October
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Dyes — Dark Green (older leaves), Green (leaves)
Squashes, Summer
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer Autumn No Trade
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 60 days
  • In Season: July-September
  • Usage: Food
Squashes, Winter
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Autumn Free to Trade*
  • Planted: Spring
    • Harvest After: 80-110 days
  • In Season: September-November
  • Usage: Food, Festivities
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Can be stored.
Strawberries
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Summer No Trade
  • Planted: Plant goes dormant in the winter months.
  • In Season: Late June-July
  • Usage: Dyes, Food
  • Additional notes:
    • Dyes — Pink (berries)
Turnips
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Autumn Free to Trade*
  • Planted: Spring-Summer
    • Harvest After: 30-70 days
  • In Season: September-October
  • Usage: Food
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Can be stored.
    • Turnips harvested earlier will be smaller than those harvested later on.


3.2  Herbs & Other Plants

  • Note: When harvested, many of these herbs and plants may be dried and stored in Salsola's Clinic or Storage areas. (Hide)
Northern Bayberry
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Medicinal, Poison, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Extremely bitter taste.
    • Crafting — Wax can be made from the berries
    • Medicinal — Diarrhea, Decongestant (for cold/flu/cough), Fever, Headaches, Itchy skin, Internal parasites, Liver problems, Skin ulcers, Stomach aches, Wound care
    • Poison (Non-toxic, non-lethal) — Large doses of berries can be used to induce vomiting as a treatment for poisoning
    • Scent — Leaves have a spicy scent when crushed. Berries carry a sweet-smelling scent.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Basil
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Free to Trade*
  • Usage: Dyes, Food, Medicinal
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Dyes — Purple (leaves, stems)
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Aiding with digestion, Intestinal gas
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Cannabis
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Psychoactive Free to Trade*
  • Usage: Medicinal, Recreational
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Can be smoked, eaten, or made into a tea, oil, or tincture.
    • Medicinal — Depression, Nausea and vomiting, Muscle relaxer, Pain relief, Stimulation of hunger
    • Recreational — Flowers, leaves, and seeds are used for psychoactive purposes
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Catnip
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Free to Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Food, Medicinal, Recreational, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Cold hardy
    • Crafting — Used as a repellent for certain insects
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Anxiety, Depression, Sedative
    • Recreational — Used for felines
    • Scent — Minty (fresh), Dried grass (dried)
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Chrysanthemum
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Crafting — Insect repellent
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
  • Replanted from the wild in 2012.
Common Foxglove
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Dyes, Poison
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • This plant has a fence surrounding it, and is clearly labeled and depicted (for the non-literate) as being poisonous.
    • Dyes — Apple Green (flowers)
    • Poison (Toxic, lethal) — Abdominal pain, Cardiac arrest, Death, Dilated pupils, Drooling, Lack of coordination, Nausea, Seizures / Tremors, Slow Pulse, Weakness, Vomiting
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Coneflower
( AKA Echinacea )
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Dyes, Medicinal
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Dyes — Brownish-green (dried flowers), Green (flowers), Golden Yellow (leaves, stems)
    • Medicinal — Colds, Fighting infection, Laxative
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Henbane
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Poison
  • Additional notes:
    • This plant has a fence surrounding it, and is clearly labeled and depicted (for the non-literate) as being poisonous.
    • Has a strong, pungent odor.
    • Poison (Toxic, potential to be lethal) — Convulsions, Coma, Death, Drooling, Diarrhea, Headache, Nausea, Vomiting
      • Extremely poisonous to livestock, however, pigs are immune to the plant's toxicity and enjoy it as a treat.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Indian Tobacco
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Psychoactive Free to Trade*
  • Usage: Medicinal, Poison, Recreational, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Medicinal — Induce vomiting, Laxative, Respiratory and muscle disorders
    • Poison (Non-toxic, non-lethal) — Induce vomiting
    • Recreational — Seeds are used for psychoactive purposes
    • Scent — Smoking the plant can be used to conceal one's scent
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Labrador Tea
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Poison
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • This plant has a fence surrounding it, and is clearly labeled and depicted (for the non-literate) as being poisonous.
    • Has a pungent fragrance.
    • Crafting — Flowers are often used as a moth-repellent for cloth storage items
    • Poison (Toxic, potential to be lethal) — Convulsions, Cramps, Delirium, Death, Drowsiness, Headache, Lack of coordination, Paralysis, Slow pulse, Vomiting
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
  • Replanted from the wild in 2012.
Lavender
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Free to Trade*
  • Usage: Dyes, Medicinal, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Cold hardy — Must be heavily mulched. Will die with too much moisture.
    • Lavender honey (more effective than lavender oil) can be obtained if a bee hive has ample access to a large amount of this plant to significantly affect their honey
    • Dyes — Grey (flowers), Grey-green (leaves)
    • Medicinal — Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic (oil or honey), Anxiety, Depression, Headaches, Insomnia, Muscle relaxer (oil), Restlessness, Soothe insect bites and burns, Stress
    • Scent — Fragrant, calming scent
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Lemon Balm
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Free to Trade*
  • Usage: Food, Medicinal, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Cold hardy
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Antibacterial, Bloating, Cold symptoms, Colic, Intestinal gas, Sedative
    • Scent — Strong; citrus, hint of mint
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Meadowsweet
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Dyes, Medicinal, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Dyes — Black (roots)
    • Medicinal — Anti-inflammatory, Bladder infections, Colds and fevers, Heartburn, Pain relief, Ulcers
    • Scent — Distinctive, sweet scent
Mint
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Dyes, Food, Medicinal, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Cold hardy
    • Crafting — Natural pesticide (oil)
    • Dyes — Dark khaki Green (leaves)
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Abdominal pain, Bad breath, Bloating, Indigestion, Irritable bowel, Nausea, Vomiting
    • Scent — Strong; fresh, cool scent
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Opium Poppy
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Psychoactive No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Food, Medicinal, Poison, Recreational
  • Additional notes:
    • Crafting — Poppyseed oil can be used for lamp oil, varnish, or for making paints and soaps
    • Food — Poppyseed oil can be used for cooking
    • Unwashed seeds, straw, or fluid from unripe seedpods are required to use the plant for the following:
      • Medicinal — Pain relief, Sedative
      • Poison (Addictive, potential to be lethal) — This plant is extremely addictive and can be overdosed on. Use in moderation.
      • Recreational — Sedative
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Parsley
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Free to Trade
  • Usage: Food, Medicinal
  • Additional notes:
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Bad breath
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Psilocybin Mushroom
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Psychoactive No Trade
  • Usage: Recreational
  • Additional notes:
    • Trading Barred — This plant is considered sacred, as it is used by the pack's Witches and religious folk.
    • This plant grows wild on Isle Haute. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Rosemary
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Medicinal Free to Trade*
  • Usage: Food, Medicinal, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • * Higher value trade item
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Antibacterial, Antifungal, Antiviral
    • Scent — Pungent, woody scent
Sage
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Dyes, Food, Medicinal, Poison, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Cold hardy
    • Dyes — Green, Yellow, Yellow-ish green (leaves, stems)
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Cold sores, Correct excessive milk flow during nursing, Digestive problems (bloating, gas, diarrhea, heartburn, loss of appetite, stomach pain), Gum disease, Sore mouth, Stop bleeding
    • Poison (Non-toxic, non-lethal) — As in oil taken orally, it can cause Dizziness, Provoke epileptic seizures, Rapid heartbeat, Trigger miscarriages
    • Scent — Minty, earthy scent
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Sweetgrass
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Medicinal, Scent
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Crafting — Typically used in basket weaving
    • Medicinal — Cold/fever, Cough, Sore throat
    • Scent — Sweet scent; dried grasses produce a stronger scent
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Syrian Rue
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Crafting, Dyes, Medicinal, Poison
  • Additional notes:
    • Crafting — Stems, roots, and seeds can be used to make inks or as an incense
    • Dyes — Red (seeds + alcohol), Yellow (seeds + water)
    • Medicinal — Antidepressant, Anti-inflammatory, Intestinal worms
    • Poison — Abortifacient
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Thyme
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Food, Medicinal
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Cold hardy
    • Food — Often used in foodstuffs
    • Medicinal — Anti-fungal, Anti-inflammatory, Antiseptic (oil), Cause contractions in childbirth, Cough, Diarrhea, Kill mold spores, Pain relief, Respiratory infections, Sore throat, Stomach ache
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Valerian
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: Medicinal No Trade
  • Usage: Medicinal
  • Additional notes:
    • Grows in the wild throughout the territory. Because of this, only a limited number are actually maintained in the garden to save space.
    • Medicinal — Anxiety, Colic, Cramps, Insomnia, Sedative, Stress
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)


3.3  Seeds

  • Note: Seeds are stored in labeled pouches and/or jars. In order to prevent this page from being overly lengthy, it is safe to assume that, if the actual plant is listed elsewhere on this page, Salsola has seeds for that plant as well. (Hide)
Clove Seeds
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Portions of the plant can be used for medicine, psychoactive, and scent purposes.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Iceberg Lettuce Seeds
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Portions of the plant can be used for food purposes.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Mustard Seeds
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Portions of the plant can be used for food and poison purposes.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Onion Seeds
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Portions of the plant can be used for medicine and poison purposes.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Rosemary Seeds
  • Amount: Large supply
  • Tags: Free to Trade
  • Usage: Portions of the plant can be used for food, medicine and scent purposes.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)
Syrian Rue Seeds
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Tags: No Trade
  • Usage: Portions of the plant can be used for dyes, medicine, and poison purposes.
  • Contribution Notes: (Show)


3.4  Supplies

  • Note: As these supplies are intended to remain at and be used by the Garden, they are not available for trade. For a more expansive inventory of tradable items, see Salsola's Storage page. (Hide)
Axes
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Primarily used for chopping wood or roots
Axes, Pick
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Primarily used for prying, breaking up rocks and clumped soil, or cutting through roots.
Burlap Bags
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Burlap bags of various sizes
  • Primarily used for winterizing the garden
Hammers
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Used for maintenance
Hoes
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Used for cultivating soil and removing weeds
Nails
  • Amount: Medium supply
  • Used for maintenance
Pails
( AKA buckets )
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Made of wood or metal; used for fetching water, waste, or various other reasons
Rakes
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Long-handled tool used for scraping, gathering, leveling, and breaking up clumped soil, as well as for removing things like leaves, stones, etc.
Rakes, Hand
( AKA gardening / hand fork, (hand) cultivator, three-tine rake )
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Hand-held tool used for scraping, gathering, leveling, and breaking up clumped soil, as well as for removing things like leaves, stones, etc.
Saws
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Primarily used for cutting wood
Shovels
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Long-handled tool with a rounded blade that comes to a point
  • Used for digging holes, breaking up and/or removing soil/plants, etc.
Shovels, Hand
( AKA trowel )
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Hand-held tool used for digging holes, planting, removing soil/plants, etc.
Shears, Large
( AKA hedge shears )
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Long-handled shears with larger cutting blades used for trimming up thicker plant material
Shears, Small
( AKA pruners )
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Shears with smaller cutting blades used for trimming up thinner plant material
Sickles
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Used for cutting / harvesting / reaping plants or for clearing weeds
Spades
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Long-handled tool with a rectangular, straight-edged blade
  • Used for cutting through soil and roots and moving loose material
Twine
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Primarily used to help plants grow in a certain way
Watering cans
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Made of metal; used for watering plants
Wheelbarrows
  • Amount: Small supply
  • Made of wood; used for moving material


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