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Hori-Hori

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Hori-Hori

A hori-hori is a knife that is designed to be used in the soil. It is ideal for planting small bulbs in turf or along the edge of woods because the blade slices through thatch and roots. Also useful for myriad other gardening tasks. Heavy-duty plastic handle with a stainless steel blade that is serrated on one side and has depth markings in inches and millimeters. Hard plastic scabbard included. There are many knock-off hori-horis on the market. None match the quality and utility of this beautiful tool.
Unconditionally guaranteed.
Made in Japan.

Overall Length: 13″
Blade Width: 1⅝”

Item # 9034

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Recommendations for the South

Many spring-flowering bulbs struggle in warm southern climates. Some do fine despite the lack of prolonged winter cold. Others do reasonably well if prechilled before planting.
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Receiving Your Bulbs in the Fall

Keep your newly arrived bulbs cool and dry, and get them into the ground as soon as possible.
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