Joseph Bentley Garden Tools

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Every gardener needs tools to keep the garden tidy and plant growth in check. Good quality tools will last for years, and if well looked after they can be passed down from one generation to the next. The Joseph Bentley name has been trading in the gardening industry for over 100 years and these heritage styled tools boast carefully finished solid wooden handles and polished stainless steel heads, were inspired by a range created by the original Joseph Bentley in the 1900s. The Joseph Bentley range contains everything you need, from specialised tools for specific tasks, long handled tools for big jobs, hand tools for weeding and transplanting and midi length hand tools to help prevent back ache and reduce bending while gardening.

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For years I thought I was the only one in the USA who knew about Wolf-garten Tools. They are simply the best products. I love the pruner but you will get hooked on the interchangeable products as well. Great German made not China. I know you can get them online but now Bachmans carries them. P.S. I have had my pruners for 11 years and have never had to sharpen them.

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Hand tool sets. The Gardeners Hand Tool Gift Set from Joseph Bentley contains the small tools that are used most often by gardeners of all skills — trowel, transplanting trowel and hand fork.

Joseph Bentley Joseph Bentley Traditional Garden Tools Stainless Steel Hand Trowel
Lawn & Patio (Joseph Bentley)
  • Polished stainless steel head
  • Carefully finished solid oak handle
  • Limited Lifetime warranty
  • Traditional garden tools since 1895

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