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Tulip Trowel

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Tulip Trowel

A serious hand tool that is perfect for planting tulips. It is made of 16-gauge stainless steel and has a red grip that’s easy to hold and hard to lose track of. The blade has markings in inches and centimeters so you know how deep you’re digging. Can also be used for weeding and for planting annuals. Need a smaller trowel or a larger one? See our Crocus Trowel and Daffodil Trowel.
Unconditionally guaranteed.
Made in USA.

Length: 12″
Blade Width: 1¾”

Item # 9032

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