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GARDENING HOME GROWN make your own farm-to-table experience


A. GARDEN PRUNING SHEARS Forged steel blades power through tough stems and branches up to 1" thick. Features a blade lock, notch to cut wire, sap grooves and shock absorber to reduce hand fatigue. 8¼" long.


#1239 $29.50 lExcluding blades and spring


TROWEL, TRANSPLANTER, CULTIVATOR AND WEEDER HAVE: • Reinforced, full-length stainless steel tangs for added strength.


• Ergonomic handles with fi nger grooves. • Hanging holes for storage.


B. GARDEN TROWEL Deeply curved head keeps soil from spilling out. Measure marks for uniform planting.


#1235 $24.00 l


C. GARDEN TRANSPLANTER Serrated edges cut through roots and soil, and open bags. Measure marks for uniform planting.


#1238 $24.00 l


D. GARDEN CULTIVATOR Aerate topsoil, break up soil between plantings and uproot weeds. Includes a storage cover for tines.


#1236 $24.00 l


E. GARDEN WEEDER Curved neck gives ideal leverage to slice through soil and remove weeds. Includes a storage cover.


#1237 $15.00 l


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F. GARDEN TOTE AND TOOLS SET Includes Garden Tote, Garden Pruning Shears, Garden Trowel and Garden Weeder. Retail value $98.00.


#1289 $91.50 GARDEN TOTE


Roomy interior so you can lay tools fl at inside the bag. Five exterior pockets. Removable plastic insert reinforces the bottom. 10½" x 7" x 10". Polyester. Tools sold separately.


#1249 $29.50 j G


G. GARDEN KNEELING PAD


Unfolded, it’s a comfortable, wide kneeling pad. Fold it up for compact storage. Built-in carry handle. Unfolded, 24" x 12" x 1¾". Folded, 12" x 12" x 3½". Polyester.


#1242 $37.00 j ← NEW A B C D E


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