Handmade Garden Dibber

March 28, 2015
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Handmade garden dibber

Quality tools are a joy to use and just get better with time.  This one will become one of your gardening heirlooms.

A 'Dibber' or 'Dibbler', as they're sometimes called, is a small hand-held tool that neatly pokes holes in the garden soil for planting seeds into. Good ones are slightly tapered - but not too much - with markings to make it easy to get just the right depth of hole - every time. Really good ones are just the right size, not too big but not too small, to hold in your hand along with the seed packet or tray.

These dibbers are handmade in Washington State of reclaimed wood (mainly apple, cherry or maple)  by a small family company and retailed by our friends at Terroir Seeds/Underwood Gardens.

To purchase: http://store.underwoodgardens.com/Garden-Dibber/productinfo/T1232/#.VRcRkfnF-zo

Article from Edible Phoenix at http://ediblephoenix.ediblecommunities.com/where-shop/handmade-garden-dibber
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