Great Dixter trowel
A long-bladed trowel designed by Christopher Lloyd horticulturalist, author, and for many years occupant of Great Dixter and developer of its famous gardens. This narrow tool is especially suited for work amidst well planted borders, in rockeries, and between shrubs. The firm of Sneeboer began manufacturing garden tools in 1913. Still forged, ground, and assembled entirely by hand, they offer the home or allotment gardener tools of rare and exceptional quality.