The Phoenix hoe is a handy tool for the garden. The two three-inch prongs can break up compacted soil and loosen weed roots. The diamond head digs them out and the side of the blade tidies them out of the way. The head is then used to firm the soil down afterwards. The diamond head is also used to dig planting holes or make seed drills. The handle is of turned beech wood.
Length: 31cm, 12ins
You can watch Chris Smith of Pennard Plants on the BBC, talking about companion planting while using his phoenix hoe.
Love our copper tools but want to know more? Find answers to frequently asked questions in this helpful blog post.
- They don’t rust
- They have sharp edges
- They are hardwearing and will last for years
- The metal is known to deter slugs and snails
- They slice into the soil and come out clean
- They are handmade in Austria and Hungary
The tool heads carry a no-quibble, 25-year guarantee (excluding normal wear and tear) and the handles, which are made from European hardwoods, have a two-year guarantee.
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