The author is very enthusiastic about the versatility and usefulness of their hori hori garden knife. Hori hori comes from the Japanese sound for digging. There are multiple types of hori hori knives but the author recommends the consumer buy the least expensive version if the buyer is prone to losing things. The author suggests several potential uses for the hori hori knife and assures the reader they will not be disappointed if they choose to buy this product.
- It is lightweight and simple, and mostly used for digging. The serrated blade is useful for sawing through roots and tubers.
- Invaluable tool for weeding, transplanting, cutting sod, and dividing plants.
- Useful for digging weeds out of narrow spaces, and loosening up roots or dividing perennials.
“There are so many garden knife uses it would take me pages to name them all. Just go out and get yourself one and I guarantee you’ll be wondering how on earth you’ve been doing without for so long.”