This weekend the weather has been delightful. At once point in the afternoon I believe the temperature got into the early 70’s. I love working in the garden at this time of the year , it is a period when plants and shrubs are coming back to life, but there is still a bit of tidying up to do.

So, having cut the grass into nice green stripes it is time to re-shape the edges and redefine the lawn from the flower bed.

For this job I use my Bulldog solid forged edging knife. The version that we make at Bulldog is probably one of the only forged edgers available on the market. The strength of the head means that you can not bend the shaft as you cut into the sometimes solid lawn. There is nothing more frustrating than to use a tool that bends as you apply pressure to the task!

With a “T” grip handle, the design is ideal for rocking to get that perfect edge. A job that only needs to be done once or twice a year, but is incredibly satisfying, especially when using a Bulldog solid forged edging knife. For more information on the Edger look at Part number 5680083210 on this web site. Have a great Easter weekend, I hope the weather stays kind and allows us a chance to get back into the garden again.

Posted in Our Tools By Stuart Elsom On 5th April 2009

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