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Wilcox Stainless 12" Garden Trowel
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Wilcox Stainless 12" Garden Trowel

Item #W102S
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Nearly indestructible, this small trowel has a pointed blade to cut through hard packed soil. It's also great for transplanting.

  • Recommended by our resident master gardener
  • Stainless steel refuses to rust or bend
  • Comfortable, contoured plastic grips won't let your hands slip
  • Sturdy leather ties for hanging in the shed or on your wrist
  • Has inch and centimeter markings on blade for precise planting depths (up to 6" and 15 cm)
  • Pointed blade 7-1/2"Lx2"W. 12"L overall.
  • USA made
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WILCOX STAINLESS 12" GARDEN TROWEL DESCRIPTION
According to our resident master gardener, this is part of the creme-de-la-creme of garden tools - the one that will last through seasons and seasons of hard use.

Customer Reviews of Wilcox Stainless 12" Garden Trowel
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 1/14/2012
said: UncleJohn
"I laughed when Asta told me they were indestructible - and I was wrong. These genuinely are a last-a-liftime tool."
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- 4/12/2012
said: Jennifer
"These are wonderful. People in my garden group are amazed that the trowels never bend and they stay sharp. They're made in the USA, in fact close to where we live, too. Supporting a company in my region is great, knowing that it's a garden investment that will last makes it even better."
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- 4/27/2011
said: Gayle
"This is one of the best trowels I have ever owned! I've had them for years and the only reason I'm looking for a new one is that I've lost one of mine!! They are virtually indestructable!"
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- 2/14/2015
said: Susan Scott
"I bought my first All Pro tooler after yet another weeder bent in hard clay soil. I now have several of and have given them as gifts. Still, I find the weeder is the one tool I keep with me constantly. It is the most versatile. It has so many other uses besides weeding--loosening soil, moving transplants, potting, dividing clumps of plants, and much more. (I used it with a rubber mallet to section a huge clump of Siberian iris that defeated other methods.) You will be glad you bought any of these, but if you can try only one, don't overlook the weeder. You can count on many years of service."
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