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Weeder (Sophie Conran)

€21,00

This unique three-pronged weeder is especially good at tackling those devilish weeds that re-grow if you leave in any of the roots. Simply hold the weed in one hand, submerge the prongs around the roots of the plant and twist to remove the offending intruder and its roots. Waxed FSC...

This unique three-pronged weeder is especially good at tackling those devilish weeds that re-grow if you leave in any of the roots. Simply hold the weed in one hand, submerge the prongs around the roots of the plant and twist to remove the offending intruder and its roots.

Waxed FSC beechwood handle, brass ferrule and stainless steel head.

Size: H24.5 cm x W2.5 cm

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