The design of the Tissot trowel makes it the ideal tool for transplanting small crops and plants. The sharp, V-shaped blade is perfect for digging out deep rooted plants in hard soils and you can work with precision as a result of its small, manageable size. This allows you to work with ease in and between other plants without damaging these.
The Tissot trowel is named after Gabrielle Tissot who contacted Sneeboer with the request to produce a smaller, more manageable version of the transplanting spade. She was looking for a tool with which she could divide and transplant plants while working close to the ground and the result was a trowel named after her! The Tissot trowel is available with an ash or cherry wood handle.
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