Greenfield Gardens knows gardening is hard work. It takes patience, dedication and, of course, a lot of elbow grease. To make caring for your garden a little easier, Greenfield Gardens offers a wide selection of tools, including rakes, trowels, hoes, sprinklers, hoses, sprayers and more, all at reasonable prices. Some Greenfield Gardens garden tools even feature telescopic handles, which allow you to quickly adjust to specific jobs. Whether you have a backyard vegetable garden, herb garden or patio planter box, Greenfield Gardens ... Learn more about Greenfield Gardensng> supplies a wide assortment of helpful gardening tools and accessories that will help you cultivate like a pro. ... Less
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Greenfield Gardens Fan Spray Nozzle Hose Attachment in See Detail - Closeouts
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  • Reviewed by MuchaKoda from Colorado Mtns. on Monday, April 06, 2015
    This was a great sprayer but after about 3 weeks of use (not even daily) it has already started spraying water out from where the sprayer head rotates, and I cannot tighten anything in that area to stop it from coming out. I've tried using it on different settings in case one was causing too much pressure, but it still leaks out of the body of the sprayer. Unfortunately will be having to send this back. Maybe mine is a 'dud', others may be ok? I will try a different brand after this.
  • Reviewed by Davy Crockett from Tennessee on Tuesday, March 24, 2015
    Really very cheaply made. Used once, and the "anodized" looking paint just started peeling and cracking, revealing what is now cheap rusty steel underneath. Best spend a few extra dollars on a better transplant shovel elsewhere. This tool won't last.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Solei from West Coast on Tuesday, March 03, 2015
    Maybe I did not use this transplanter properly but is not durable,,it broke for the first time when used to plant some garlic,and onion bulbs,in an after rain soil,but any small pressure will damage it ,I have remain with the handle and the blade in two separate pieces,and make it useless.
    I suggest to sell for , kids sand garden tool,or for kids use,to avoid any pressure when work with it.
    I know this is a transplanter,but I dig a small hole,and I left with an useless tool for gardenting.
    I will not ask for replacement,or send it back,etc,was a heavy discounted item,and I would preffer not to support to return expense,for such a small tool.but you pay what you have,one time use,or maybe in same cases more.Maybe just this tool has a quality problem,I am a fan of ST,and a long time shopper ,and this is the first time,to noticed a totally usless product sold by ST.I am very upset,that I cannot use it ,the design the grip,on this tool,is ok,but would not last for long use in the garden,maybe just use with care to cover the bulbs with soil,with no pressure at all.Again,maybe I am the one that did not use it correctly,but thank you ST,to let us review,and this way ,avoid costly mistakes.
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