The Burgon and Ball British designed Dibber, Dibbler or Dibble...whatever you call it is a tool you'll see used time and again in British gardening tv shows and movies. It's used for quick transplanting and bulb planting. Ergonomically designed with a sharp tipped dibber, this tool has a long lasting hardwood handle. The stainless steel allows mud and dirt to slide off easily. Interesting side note. These are decidedly English designed garden implements but were co-opted 200 years ago by Southern U.S. farmers who used them to plant tobacco seedlings. Then they were called "tobacco sticks".