I review these products during tasks I personally carry out within my garden on a regular basis. Using the right product or tool for the job makes the difference of doing it the easy way or the hard way, so I really value a product which can make my life easier.

I am hoping that garden related companies will send me ‘products’ to test and evaluate. However I must stress that I will not be anything but fair and make no promises to these companies other than to tell the truth. Many of the products here are what I have already purchased for my own gardening use and are happy with.
You may ask, what are your qualifications? Well Judy and I opened our garden through the ‘Australia's Open Gardens’ for
10 years. We now open to support a specific charity.
We had our 18th Open Garden in 2019.
We won Gardening Australia’s 2009 ‘Golden Trowel’, have appeared on the ‘Garden Guru’s and ‘Gardening Australia’ twice and on various other television shows. We have given over 200 presentations to garden clubs on Sub tropical gardening and open our garden for bus tours. What is more important is that we have learnt from our gardening mistakes.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Great All Purpose Garden Tool

When Judy and I visited the Nambour Garden Expo this year we called in to say hello to Clint Kenny who runs the ‘Garden Tool Shop’.
Clint is a well know gardener from Warwick and has opened his beautiful garden to the public on many occasions.
He only sells top quality garden tools, so anything you purchase off him will be of the highest quality, but not of course the cheapest.
With garden tools it’s all about quality, I am very particular with my tools and never ever buy any cheap rubbish made in China, it's always worth paying that bit extra to get quality.
Clint was kind enough to give me a ‘CobraHead’ weeder and cultivator to test and review.
What a great little tool this is, has so many uses around the garden from cultivating, scratching, weeding, planting, making furrows or trenches, seed and bulb holes, the list goes on.
The tool is made in the USA, has a plastic handle and a stainless steel shaft.
The blade can be sharpened with a small file.
I can see my ‘CobraHead’ lasting me a lifetime.
Retails for a little under $40.00 and well worth it.
Clint sells tools online; here is his web site...http://www.gardentoolshop.com.au/p/997783/cobrahead.html

Enjoy the video.

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