Hours of gardening can bring on many aches and pains. That is just what Mike, a professional landscaper and gardener started to feel after years of chopping, digging and planting. Irritated and grumpy with the availability of existing gardening tools he decided to design his own using existing technology which he adapted to make gardening less of a strain on the body.
The unique design makes this a surprisingly effective garden hand tool for targeting weeds without disturbing bedding plants or ornamental ground cover. Not only does it tackle those nasty invasive plants, but it can also be used to break up hard soil and can be used for planting.
What also got to the Grumpy Gardener was handles on gardening tools cracking and working loose. No more? His weed removal tool has a handle that is tough, durable and moulded around the shaft in such a way that the bladed can’t work loose.
Why the cobra head-like design? The curved shaft design means you can get right under the weed pulling out roots and all. It is also able to break through the hardest soils to dig out stubborn roots.
Weeds are just unwelcome plants that will grab any opportunity to invade your beautifully landscaped garden. Weeds compete for moisture and nutrients in the soil chocking out your favourite plants.
It is virtually impossible to prevent weeds growing in lawns and in flower beds but there are steps you can take to prevent an invasion:
How often have you tried to pull a weed out with your bare hands and got nothing more than a handful of leaves? Or used a traditional weeder and not been able to dig in deep enough to remove the the roots fully? With the Grumpy Gardener Cultimate weeder it will break through into even the hardest soils to remove weeds.
Watch this video about the Grumpy Gardener weed removal tool to see how effective it is at raking weeds out from between paving stones and brick work.
Gardening is such a rewarding way to enjoy time out doors. Don’t kill that enthusiasm with hours spent weeding. Put preventative measures in place and when you do see a weed make sure you dig it all out – roots and all – leaving nothing for regrowth.
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