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What kind of hoe?

Posted by ponesy ZONE 7 NC (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 15, 13 at 12:22

Yo hoe hoe! I'm hoping someone can remember the name of a specialty hoe that was available about 15 years ago. I bought one for my mom & she LOVED it! However since my parents moved we can't find the darn thing & extensive googling has turned up nothing. Probably not available anymore & the years have blurred my memory but thought I'd give this a shot:

It was marketed as the "perfect all-in-one" garden tool, or some such. I believe it was aluminum, had a pointed head that (as I recall) was serrated on one side, fairly sharp on the other side, and a neoprene-covered handle. The head of the hoe might have been slightly offset to one side Mom used it to edge, weed, & loosen soil without having to bend down. If I'm not mistaken (& unfortunately I could well be!), the same company also sold some nice garden gloves & gardener's hand soap, but that could have been the distributor & not the manufacturer.

This isn't much to go on, but any guesses?


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RE: What kind of hoe?

Try Google under "Images" and type serrated hoe. See if any of the pictures look like what you are looking for.


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RE: What kind of hoe?

Tried that to no avail. I have a picture of it but I guess I can't post a picture from my iPad so I'll post it tomorrow from my laptop. Thanks, though!


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RE: What kind of hoe?

Tried that to no avail. I have a picture of it but I guess I can't post a picture from my iPad so I'll post it tomorrow from my laptop. Thanks, though!


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