And so many more i just cant keep going or i will stay here the all night
Here is a list of the tools I need in horticulture:
a pair of scissors,
Short-handled tools are lighter in weight, usually less expensive, more compact to store than the long-handled varieties, and allow one to work efficiently in confined spaces or while kneeling. Common short-handled tools include hand pruners and clippers, hoes, garden trowels, and cultivators.
as we have just a balcony for a little garden work, a short wooden stick and an empty oldcan of beans (to go for some water) is maybe all i use for gardening... well sometimes i'd go into the kitchen for a knife or something. and of course i use a shovel and a broom afterwards, to sweep the crumbs of earth. in the balcony range most things can be arranged with your bare hands, and besides there is no place for something like a gardening-tools shed, that would be about as big as the balcony itself... so, the less tools, the more place for garden on the balcony!
I use my hands! Just kidding. I work with a garden hoe and a shovel and a smaller shovel (not quite sure what they are called) for most of my work. And some pruning shears as well. A hose and abucket?