Friday, July 24, 2015

Ezy Garden Knife - Hori Hori Knife - Best Gardenin Review

Finally - An all-in-one knife by Ezy Garden Knife - Hori Hori Knife that you can easily take with you to tackle any of those tricky gardening tasks. This knife is usually $39.99, but it's marked down to $27.

This garden knife comes with a case that covers up it's sharp blade.


You can see just how sharp it is:


After being gone for awhile, and it rained right before we left there was a lot of weeds in our yard. I'm so glad I have this garden knife to help pry them out!


It worked! Weed be gone. Without any harmful chemicals.


I can see taking this with us to go camping, mushroom hunting, or hiking (just in case you run into something cool you want to dig up). 

Mostly this is for our own yard.

It's helpful with weeds, scraping bark off dead wood, or breaking the dirt away from the roots of a plant. 

I like that it also has measuring marks on the knife. If there's a certain distance you know you need to go in the ground, you can tell on the knife.

Whether you're digging, transplanting, getting rid of weeds or roots, your Ezy Garden Hori Hori Knife has your back. It's sharp serrated edge will help you slice open bags of mulch and help you clear your garden of unwanted clutter. It's extremely durable, rust resistant and easy to hold for long periods. Comes with a sturdy leather sheath for your convenience. 

This would make a great gift for any gardener. Often times I can't think of what to get men for birthdays, Christmas or Father's Day. This is a perfect thing to get! The men in my life are way more into gardening than they are golfing, or fishing. 



Do you keep a garden? Are you more of an indoor person?

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5 comments:

Harry Flashman said...

You know me. No garden. But I surely do like that knife! Thanks for the information.

Masshole Mommy said...

No, we don't garden. My dad has a small garden and I bet he'd like this.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I started my first garden this year, but it didn't do so great. My strawberries got stolen by little critters, my peppers only produced 2, but I have an abundance of tomatoes! I think this tool would definitely come in handy in the garden!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

That would work out great for the weeds I have here.

~ Noelle said...

I am an indoor person, but think the measurements on the blade are pretty awesome.
Great gift idea :)

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