If you've been putting off pruning those higher branches because it invariably strains your back or grounds you with a pulled muscle, try this extendable bypass pruner. Telescoping aluminum handles are lightweight and manageable, lock securely into place in 2-1/2" increments, and have a non-slip comfort grip. High carbon steel blades cut cleanly and precisely. 2" long pruner blades open to 3" for thick branches.
Create perfect 6" deep, 3" dia. holes, ideal for flowering bulbs like tulips, daffodils, lilies, allium, every time. Try that with a hand trowel! Sturdy steel construction means your planter won't lose its shape. Easy twisting action and a comfortable, natural wood handle reduce hand fatigue. Part of our Intervale Colelction: classic tools that feel good in the hand and can be trusted to get the work done.
Lighter in weight and easier to maneuver than long-handled versions, these short-handled loppers bring the work closer to your body to lessen fatigue. Perfect for pruning shrubs and small trees where you don’t need the extra reach of traditional loppers. Bypass blades cut green wood up to 1" in diameter. High-carbon steel blades are easily sharpened to last a lifetime of use. Hard rubber handles ensure a secure grip.
This shovel is ready to handle your toughest tasks with less effort from you. The heavy-duty, high-carbon manganese steel blade is tapered to cut through the most challenging soil, sod and roots, and the durable fiberglass handle has a comfortable grip. Narrow, pointed head lets you dig in beds without disturbing nearby plants, and a durable epoxy coating minimizes friction and corrosion and helps prevent soil from sticking to blade.
Three fundamental gardening tools essential to any gardener's toolbag in one handy kit. Part of our exclusive Intervale line of heritage gardening tools with the durability, classic design, and aged finish of cherished heirlooms. Packed in a eco-friendly paper tube — makes a great gift.
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