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Vintage hori hori gardening knife – perfect for cutting, digging, sawing, planting, probing, transplanting and slicing - Not much more can be expected from your garden equipment. Great gift!

  • Stainless steel full tang blade is strong and less likely to break under pressure. Tempered for strength and durability.

  • Concave blade with 1 inch markings for easy use and measuring. Also includes twine cutter and bottle opener.

  • Walnut wood handle accents this elegant knife perfectly.

  • Warrantied like no other, the way it should be. Your new Garden Guru Hori Hori Knife is protected by a life time guarantee, no questions asked. Replacement or Money Back. You're wish is our command.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
All in one dream tool

I knew this would be great for repotting plants and transplanting starts into the garden, but what I didn't expect was that I'd also use it so much for general weeding and foraging. This knife gets right down along the taproot of dandelion and curly dock without disturbing the rest of my no-till garden bed. It's got a good weight for chopping and sawing, and is perfect for digging trenches.

I wondered if the blade would be more of a novelty item, but I did find myself using it to divide bulbs. It was sharp enough for the task without being a danger to hold and use as a spade.

As far as in the garden, I like it most for interplanting. As the season warms up and I'm adding warm weather starts behind cool weather crops, I can just carve out a little hole and drop my soil blocks in. I find myself heading out into the garden more and more armed with just this tool to do most garden chores!