Handlesize. The perennial fork.
It is the ideal garden tool for all work in a kneeling position and in narrow, densely planted beds where weeding and loosening must be done carefully around shallow growing roots. In terms of shape, the perennial fork with its primitive forged tines made of manganese-boron steel bridges the gap between a spade and a flower trowel, so it can also be a good help when transplanting perennials or pricking out roots. It is also ideal for loosening the soil or preparing planting holes in already planted beds. In all these activities, the low weight and the design of the tool with the shortened handle and the straight attached functional part allow wrist-friendly work.
Garden tools with character
With forging, the Krumpholz family knows its stuff. Based in the Franconian Forest, the ancestors acquired the first hammer mill of their own - the Guttenberg Hammer - in 1799 and produced tools and other everyday items from forged iron. Today, the company's fortunes are in the hands of the eighth generation. The garden tools that leave the production site, which is still in its old location but has long since been modernized and enlarged, are tools of the first order: shaped under the weight of the forge hammer to suit their area of use, compacted and reinforced where necessary, provided with sharpened edges or blades and fitted with high-quality handles made of ash wood. Free-form forging, as practiced at Krumpholz, requires special skill and a sense of proportion. The steel used, a Swedish steel with chrome-molybdenum content, is tough, strong and easy to clean.
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