Kitchen Garden

CAN YOU DIG IT?

Whether you are a fervent no-digger or love to take to the plot every autumn to turn the soil, you’ll need some digging tools.

This is because the basic kit of a digging fork and spade have so many uses around the garden apart from turning the soil – planting, spreading manure, weeding, raking, levelling, digging holes for constructing new garden features and fences – the list goes on. Of course, it doesn’t stop there – lots of variations on the spade and fork for specialist or more delicate (or

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