This artisan garden scoop trowel is the perfect gift for anyone with a green thumb. The tool itself is made up of a bronze tool head, copper ferrule and kiln dried spotted gum hardwood timber handle, and comes packaged in a sustainable kraft box.
Designed specifically for digging in established garden beds or courtyard gardens. Ideal for lifting small crops and transplanting small-medium sized plants. Excellent for light-medium weeding or removing other fibrous materials, as well as working in organic fertilizers, compost or manure. Not for prising difficult soils, stones or roots.
Handle: 150mm length, 25mm diam
About Grafa: Grafa is a workshop based in the heartland of Melbourne’s inner west. The name has Old Nordic roots and means to dig. Grafa creates distinctive handmade garden tools designed specifically to connect hand and earth for the considered gardener.
They are individually crafted using both recycled and new copper, bronze and timber materials. Copper and bronze not only look beautiful, they are also beneficial for the soil.
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