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Overview

About Garden Works Classic Soil Scoop

Closeouts. Garden Works' Classic soil scoop is perfect for creating seed furrows, potting and weeding. It has a stainless steel blade with a serrated edge and is proudly made in the USA.

Specs

Specs about Garden Works Classic Soil Scoop

  • Material: Steel, wood
  • Weight: 6 oz.
  • Dimensions: 11-1/2" long, 3" wide
  • Made in United States of America

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4.800000 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 5 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

gooood sized solid soil scoop
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sadie's Mom from LA CA on Sunday, April 30, 2017
Serated portion of blade is shaaaaarp! That's what you want for cutting through invasive roots.

I ordered 2, 1 for a backup or for 2 of us working an area simultaneously. Unfortunately, on 1, the transparent glue joining the blade to the wooden handle dried (in assembly) with a sharp edge; rath... Read More
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  • VERY handy tool
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by oakhill from Pennsylvania on Tuesday, May 2, 2017
    Got this more out of curiousity than thinking I really needed it, and now I don't know how I gardened without it. Works far better than a standard trowel, and I have several sizes of those ranging from standard width to narrow. Makes digging a precise hole for transplanting a cinch, with less effort (and for those with carpal tunnel like me, that is a blessing!) Also easier to scoop dirt up with the curved design, and it does a great job of getting out small weeds, although I do still find that a long weeder is better on more established weeds (like thistle or dandelions). So glad I bought this. Highly recommended item.
  • gooood sized solid soil scoop
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sadie's Mom from LA CA on Sunday, April 30, 2017
    Serated portion of blade is shaaaaarp! That's what you want for cutting through invasive roots.

    I ordered 2, 1 for a backup or for 2 of us working an area simultaneously. Unfortunately, on 1, the transparent glue joining the blade to the wooden handle dried (in assembly) with a sharp edge; rather than wrecking the unit by trying to fix it myself, I called STP customer service who gave me the bad news that they were sold out. Oh, well. I'll try to rasp/sand down the area myself.
  • Great tool!
    Reviewed by oakhill from PA on Thursday, April 13, 2017
    Saw this and had to try it. I am always out digging around in the yard (weeding and planting), and this looked like it would be a handy tool to have. I was right. The pointed tip really digs in, and the serrated edge does a good job of slicing off roots well below the surface (I have had a problem with thistle popping up all over the place the past few years, so it is a constant battle to weed those doggone things up). It is sturdy and well made - not like that garbage that is sold at W*lmart.
  • great scoop
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Madison gardener from Madison, WI on Friday, March 24, 2017
    I've been using this companies soil scoop for years. Perfect to slide the mulch away, and dig in annuals and 4" plants. I do like their soft plastic handle better, so thus the 4 stars. But I bought 3 of these, so you know i like it. The pointed tip is great for prying out a rock too. But it will bend the tip, so you'll need some spares. :)
  • Better than a trowel
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nodulgal from Southern Arizona on Tuesday, March 21, 2017
    I already had one of these that I bought for $30. For this price, I bought a back-up! For planting smaller items or working in a planter box, this replaces multiple tools. It is comfortable to use and will dig and move soils.

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