Being sold by actual English people. Good-looking stuff.
This week I visited North Beach, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay, about 45 minutes from my home. I hadn’t been there since the 1980s,...
Keep in mind that I’m not talking about gardens that are regularly visited by the public, via bus tours, Open Days, and appointments. Those...
Since ripping out the turfgrass in my new townhouse garden in 2012, I’m still waiting for the turfless garden to look DONE, like Evelyn...
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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