The Burgon and Ball Fern Trowel proves it. Victorians had a tool or gadget for every part of life. Gardening was no exception. This is a perfect example, a Fern Trowel. It is a traditional tool developed by Victorian gardeners originally created with 'nook and cranny' ferns in mind. It just so happens that it's a great transplant tool for any part of the garden. It is one solid piece of stainless steel with a hardwood handle around one side of the stainless steel. Indestructible. Overall length is 12". This is a well made tool that has won design awards. The best tool for cutting back ferns especially if they're large ones is the Japanese Grass Sickle
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