See below. These are the base models, with just cultivator teeth. How much time and energy would you save if you could cultivate soil, furrow, build ridges, control weeds, hill corn and more using just one tool?
Because gardeners typically tossed seed packaging after planting, most antique ones found today are deadstock surplus items that never sold. For similar finds, check out thelabelman. This vessel could be quickly and easily filled with insecticides, making it ideal for the amateur gardener.
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What could be nicer than using a garden tool that has stood the test of time and is perfectly fit for purpose. Antique tools often highlight the ingenuity of previous generations. The classic design of some tools has never been bettered.
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Old-fashioned craftsmanship is rare nowadays. Many products are made mechanically. Especially for products that have to take a beating, such as garden tools, this sturdiness is very important though. We prefer to choose quality: vintage garden tools with a lifetime warranty.
Our gardens are fairly large, and when it comes to sowing a quarter-acre or more of corn or fodder peas, a heavy-duty walk-behind plate planter fills the bill. When sowing smaller seed in the vegetable garden, we have a couple of light-duty and inexpensive planters to choose from. And for sowing corn, beans or squash in hills, we have antique and modern versions of the stab-style single-seed planters.