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Skimming just below the soil surface, the Winged Weeder's double edged blade cuts down weeds on both the push stroke and the pull stroke. You can even sweep side to side
to clear a large area, and it also aerates soil as you weed.
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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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I have bought three of these gems. More!
from Wellsville, NY 14895
About Me Avid Gardener
Comments about Winged Weeder:
I broke the first one by overuse and hooking it onto cement while trimming around sidewalk. I like the way I can skim just under the soil and cut lots of weeds off at the roots, without bending over. What is not so great is that they seem to be unavailable and I just gave my last one away. Grr!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Dave M.
from Colchester, VT
Hoe workes well doing general weeding in the garden. Also works well fluffing up mulch. Great tool for the value
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what were they thinking
Worst garden tool I've ever used
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Hello Folly, we stand by the quality of our products and our service. You can return it to us for an exchange, refund, or credit on your Gardener's Supply account. Customer Service would be happy to help, please call 1-800-876-5520.
The jury's still out on this one
By Garden Chick
from North Central Wisconsin
Hope to get the hang of this tool. It is a little awkward...kind of spins when I try to use it. The flower gardens are rather crowded to wield this thing so will practice in the vegetable patch where there is more space between plants. Ordered this because of its smaller size and long handle in hopes of using it in wide flower gardens. Perhaps with practice, it will work great for that. Can't decide if I'd recommend to a friend until I get more chances to try it.
from Birmingham, MI
Used this one time. The blade snapped on the second stroke when I hit a small rock. Very poor metal work on the blade.
Weeding made easy
from Oswego, NY
Easily gets under and around individual plants.
Nice and light, easy to handle
from Rochester, NY
Like the weight and feel of the tool, requires loose soil to be at its best.
Great Weeder! Saves my back!
By Neighborhood garden guru
from Southern Connecticut
Excellent for weeding established beds and mulched beds. Will slide under mulch and weed without disturbing mulch or landscape fabric and with out damaging surface roots of plants. I have had the short handle model for yrs. and always wanted the long handle model so that I could weed standing up. This not a hoe or cultivator for deep soil prep or bed preperation and is not intended for that use.
Wish I had found it a long time ago!
The weeds do not have a chance. It is easy to use without breaking your back. Saves a lot of time . I wish I had bought it a long time ago!
Like a strap hoe but different
By Plentiful Gardens
from Allentown, PA
About Me Professional Landscaper
I'm very pleased with this tool. I also use a strap hoe for weeding. The winged weeder is lighter, requires less effort to move through the soil and can be manuevered into small odd shaped places. I've also used this weeder as a hoe in a pinch - it makes an okay planting row and then you can turn it around and use the wings to pull the soil back over the seeds. You do have to use care, when sharpened it skims through the soil so quickly you can take out a big patch of keepers in a blink of an eye.
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