These heirloom-quality, hand forged garden tools are made in Holland. You will enjoy them for years and still be able to hand them down to the next generation of gardeners in your family.
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.
This Japanese Steel Garden Hand Cultivator is hand-forged from the finest Japanese stainless steel. Designed to last a lifetime the 5 sharpened steel tines cultivate, loosen, and aerate compacted soil for healthier roots. Great for weeding, it works with a simple quarter-turn twisting motion to dislodge unwanted vegetation and weeds. The cultivator also features a rugged, 6-inch, reinforced hardwood handle for added leverage to turn over packed soil and compost.
No more gingerly stepping between rows of plants when weeding, which can result in crushed leaves and broken stems. This indispensable long-handled tool lets you reach easily between rows to loosen compacted soil or give pesky weeds the heave ho! Part of our exclusive Intervale line of garden tools with the classic features and aged finish of cherished heirlooms.
Part claw, part cultivator, this unique tool will make easy work of loosening compacted soil prior to planting, dividing, or removing existing plants. Simply drive the head of the tool into the ground, twist the handle, and pull it back out. Works well for removing stubborn plants and weeds too. Part of our exclusive Intervale Collection: hard-working tools with the classic design and aged finish of cherished heirlooms.
This small-but-sturdy hoe breaks boundaries. Depending on your needs it's great as a children's hoe, for working in raised beds, or for senior gardeners with limited strength. Use it for weeding, loosening soil, or creating furrows for plant rows.
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