Picking Up Thorny Branches
When working in your garden and pruning, you may need to collect up thorny branches, such as rose bush trimmings. There are several ways you can protect against being stuck. Gloves help, but a creative solution is to use a pooper scooper. This is a page about picking up thorny branches.
I pick up cut thorny branches with a pooper scooper and put them into the trash can. Saves my hands from thorn-sticks and my back from bending down.
Do you have any tips to share for dealing with thorny branches? Post them below.
By Jess (Guest Post)
May 27, 20070 found this helpful
I don't have a pooper scooper, but that is a great idea. I use my snow shovel and a broom. I sweep the branches or yard debris into the snow shovel with the broom. The shovel works as a dust pan, and keeps my hands out of the thorns. Then I just dump the mess into my waste bin.
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