Being sold by actual English people. Good-looking stuff.
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If they have Spear and Jackson tools, let me know. I have had an eye on their toughest looking garden fork for a while. I’m pretty sure that just touching the thing (or a deal) would be enough to get me off the fence.
Love the gardening tools. Can we get a nice picture of some of the garden hoes at the show?
You can get them at http://www.gardenshoponline.com too. I have bought several. Superior!
I tend to go for the Japanese tools, well made, long-lasting.
Kerry — have you got an online source for Japanese tools? Click on my name to leave me comment.
Hi Linda, it depends what I’m looking for. I used to live near Berkeley CA, so I still buy some things through Hida Tool there: http://www.hidatool.com/ They have a wonderful selection of gardening and woodworking tools that they import directly from Japan. If they don’t have it then if I know the name I go scouring the internet, ebay can sometimes be good. It really depends what I need, but usually Hida will have it. 🙂
They also have Japanese tools at http://www.gardenshoponline.com. They ship within 24 hours and the shipping is a flat $5. I order all my tools from them.
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