From his article in the October 2019 issue of Star and Furrow, the journal of the Biodynamic Association, Charles Mitchell shows us his toolshed. From left, the Deneb Hoe, Perseus Rake, Alya Spade, Syrma Rose Fork, long Polux Hoe, Hydra Hoe and further towards the corner, an earlier shape of the Tuza Mattock.
“Earlier this year, we lost our Implementations copper trowel, though I’m still hoping to discover it buried with the beetroot. A straight replacement of a shiny Castor trowel would make me happy on Christmas morning. I am almost addicted to their dibber and my short-handled Phoenix hoe“.
The Antares Border Fork features in this year’s gift guide for gardeners.
“This copper hand trowel is my all-time favourite. I also covet the border spade.”
Alys Fowler, Guardian Weekend magazine 25th November 2017.
Evidently the Guardian thinks it takes the biscuit.
Elle Decoration magazine asked 16 top style influencers to choose the one item they would not be without. We are very proud that Dan chose the Hydra Hoe.
Spotted in today’s Sunday Times gardening section, the Castor Trowel.
As recommended in the latest issue of Observer Food Monthly:
The Antares border fork, https://implementations.co.uk/shop/antares-border-fork/ and Auva spade, https://implementations.co.uk/shop/auva-spade/.
From last Saturday’s Telegraph Gardening section. Helen Yemm recommends the Mira Trowel. Thank you Helen!
Interesting article about copper in yesterday’s Telegraph.
And of course, a certain range of garden tools had a mention.