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The Great Dixter trowel from Sneeboer was designed by Christopher Lloyd, the famous British gardening author who lived at an estate in East Sussex known as The Great Dixter. The narrow head allows for easy digging even in the tightest spots. The Great Dixter garden trowel is well balanced and great for planting even long rooted seedlings.
This Great Dixter trowel is hand-forged from stainless steel and fitted with your choice of an Ash or Cherry hardwood handle from FSC Certified forests. Hand-Made in Holland – Lifetime Guarantee!
Great Dixter Trowel by Sneeboer Tools dimensions-
Length: 13 in.
Head: 2 x 6.5 in.
Approx. Weight: 8 oz.
Note: Also available is the similar shaped Flower Bed Trowel by Sneeboer.
“Anyone who has ever had a Sneeboer tool in their hand will never want to use anything else.”
…this is so true! Pictures just don’t do these tools justice. The combination of weight, length, shape of head, strength and balance make Sneeboer garden tools like no other. For nearly a century, every single tool is individually hand-made of the highest quality stainless steel by the artisans at Sneeboer - true works of art.
Sneeboer stainless steel garden tools have been hand forged in the Netherlands since 1913. Today, third generations of the Sneeboer family still produce the finest garden tools available.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call: 1-800-830-4019
Posted by Bill Gaedke on 22nd Jun 2013
I first learned this tool was designed by Christopher Lloyd of Great Dixter in England. As Christo is one of my favorite gardeners I said "I must have this tool". This is the finest trowel I have owned in my 40 years of gardening. It is light, has proper balance and its narrow sharp edges makes weed removal and digging much more efficient. I could say it makes weeding a pleasure, well almost a pleasure. I HIGHLY recommend this trowel, it is well worth the money!
Posted by Andrew on 20th Jun 2012
This trowel has a good feel when you are using it. The blade is not too wide and not too narrow--just right.