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Truly Garden is a small family owned business based out of Los Gatos, CA that focuses on small quality garden tools.  

We are most well known for our Hori Hori Knife which comes in two styles:

                       


If you are having a hard time choosing between the two styles....The nylon sheath attaches to your pants, or anything really, via a clip.  
The leather sheath attaches with a belt loop.  The diamond sharpening rod is much more useful for sharpening the serrated edge of the hori hori.  
It can be done with the sharpening stone, but it requires a lot more finesse to do so.



The hori hori is awesome!  Everyone should own one, but check out some of the other products Truly Garden has to offer:

           


           


           


Let me know if you have any questions about our products.  We hope to continually add quality products in the coming years.

www.trulygarden.com

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I have the hori hori knife, the bypass pruners (2 sets), and the 3 piece indestructable hand tools (2 sets).  All are outstanding and I would highly recommend any, or all, of them.
 
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Would the weeding sickle handle an over grown patch of ground on the farm that has been let go for a number of years? Meaning that the grass has a major dead grass mat. Would the sickle cut through the heavy matting of dead grass?
 
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I need all of those tools.  
 
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Those look nice. I might need to ask for tools for my birthday. What do people use the hori hori knife for?
 
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