Dutch Garden Hand Trowels

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Dutch Garden Hand Trowels
Hand-made in Holland to last lifetimes
Stock Number Item Description Availability Price Order Qty
69A01.13 Tulip Trowel

In stock

$39.95

69A01.15 Rock & Root Trowel

In stock

$34.30

Premium quality garden hand tools made of boron steel forged in Sweden, with shock-resistant and nearly indestructible European ash handles, by a firm making tools this way for the Dutch agri-business since 1898. Expertly turned and polished handles (each with a lanyard hole) are well-balanced and a pleasure to hold. Tough beveled blades with a burnished black patina are sharp, durable and will not bend under normal use.

The delightful and unique forged Tulip Trowel breaks up soil like a fork and functions like a trowel (with a “belly” to move soil and mulch as needed in garden planting) It’s an excellent choice for soil with a high clay content. Trowel head is 4-1/2” long & 4” wide. Overall length, 11”. Weight, ½ lb.

The Root & Rock Trowel has a heavy-duty extra-thick blade to go with its long and unusually narrow shape, making it excellent for deep penetration in confined areas. Ideal for rock gardens, transplanting, and in areas with dense roots. The length of the blade is 5”; overall length, 16”. Weight, ½ lb.
About DeWit
DeWit tools are a direct connection to the time when the best tools often came from the village blacksmith. Innovated and evolved from experience and made to last forever, a DeWit-made tool represents the closest possible connection between the tool maker and the tool user to be found in today’s global market. Willem de Wit opened his blacksmith shop in Kornhorn, a small village in northern Holland, in 1898. He did all the things a country village blacksmith did back then – he was a farrier, repaired kettles and sold bicycles. When his sons joined him the business grew, making tools for agriculture. A DeWit tool came to be known to combine good design, skilled craftsmanship and the very best materials, and soon their spades and hoes were in demand all over Holland. The 4th generation of the de Wit family today runs the company by the same principles and standards. Skilled hand forging may be augmented with modern techniques and equipment where appropriate, but the essential connection between the designer/maker and the user endures – only now the de Wits listen to gardeners and farmers from all over the world. And their continued insistence on only the best materials can be readily appreciated in the use of FSC-certified ash handles and Swedish boron steel – the same steel used on a popular brand of bulldozer blades!

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  • owner

    Doris, 6/24/2016 Have rocky ground and trying to remove small or large rocks much easier since not concerned with bending/breaking old spade
  • Well Made & Good Design

    Kevin, 6/2/2016 Very sturdy and well made. Good design. Will be effective in use in tight areas with rocks and roots.
  • Rock & Root Trowel

    TK, 6/2/2016 Hands down the best garden trowel I have ever owned. Forget the fact that it is build like a tank & made with premium steel. Planting bulbs, flowers, transplanting, cutting thru roots are things I have used this for, but if you have ever had to repair a broken sprinkler pipe in a well established, heavily rooted, hard soil; this thing is fantastic. You can also re-sharpen the edge to your liking. Very well made.
  • Dutch Transplanter

    Jeff, 6/2/2016 This is a well made garden tool. I have been buying tools for a few years and have never been disappointed in the quality of there tools. Shopping elsewhere if you pay cheap you get cheap. Buy good tools that will last.
  • Rock On!

    Patricia Flood, 6/2/2016 I live in glacier country on a small organic farm, but one of our biggest crops are rocks. Every year more sprout up and I am constantly digging them out of the ground. This is why our area has so many stone walls and our property is no different. I've used shovels that have broken trying to get under and lever a rock up. This sturdy little tool has been indispensable ever since I've gotten it. Right after it arrived I out it to work. It's so well made. I tried another tool I bought to use for the same thing and it simply bent. Not this hard worker. I also used it to divide the roots on sims of my perennials. It cut right through the roots. I'm sure I'll find lots of other uses for it as time goes on.
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