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What kind of garden knives do I need? Garden knives are an essential tool for any gardener. Great for cutting twine, opening bags and plant ties, harvesting and so many more. Or in the case of the Hori Hori type knife for just about anything! The multi-purpose tool has a stainless-steel, dished blade that makes digging easy.One sharpened edge, one serrated edge and a notch for cutting twine. Comfort-grip handle doubles as a tamp for sowing seeds. If you’re heading to the garden with just one tool, this garden knife is the one to take. Its stainless steel blade has a serrated edge for opening bags of mulch or soil, a sharpened straight edge for slicing through sod, a notch for cutting twine and a "dandelion popper" on the tip. A measurement scale on the 6” blade helps you plant bulbs at the proper depth. The Hori Hori garden knife has become the go-to garden tool for so many gardeners and a good reason. It does so many jobs! Weeding, cultivating, cutting and digging are just a few of many gardening activities you'll find this knife useful for.
Cheap kitchen knives are usually pressed from a steel sheet, whereas more expensive ones are forged — something that's long been considered a mark of quality. However, production methods change over time, and traditional methods aren't necessarily still the best. If you are looking to replace or add quite a few knives to your kitchen, it is best to go for a knife set. This way you can get a variety of knives for less than buying them individually. If you're prepared to invest in a top knife set, it's clear that you enjoy your kitchen and expect nothing but the best from your tools. Performance elements such as grip, balance, and how easy it is to maintain a sharp edge. A kitchen knife set is an investment. When you but a set, you're buying tools that should be a pleasure to use and will hopefully last for years and years. However, this doesn't mean you have to spend a fortune to get what you need. I have a few listed that have been tested through time and the ones I enjoy the most. I hope you agree?
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SUNCRAFT FRUIT KITCHEN KNIFE fixed blade is a traditional cutting knife made in Japan. This knife has a sharp, thin blade that is designed for cutting meat, fish, and vegetables. The handle and sheath are made from a beautifully varnished wood that contrasts nicely with the satin finished stainless steel blade. The SUNCRAFT FRUIT KITCHEN KNIFE makes a great kitchen knife or Japanese collection piece.

Our Price: $14.99
Mushroom Collecting Knife Mushroom Collecting Knife

Mushroom Collecting Knife

Compact enough to hang on a key chain, the Mushroom Collecting Knife will serve you well for many, many years to come. Whether you are a mushroom hunter or simply a gardener who constantly needs a quick cutting tool, it is ideal for the job. A great gift for all your gardening friends, it is certain to become your go-to cutting tool for all delicate jobs. Add it to your garden apron this season!

Our Price: $19.95

This 18" machete has hardened and tempered carbon steel blades which come sharpened. A delight for cutting back undergrowth, blackberries, young saplings, etc. Polypropylene handle with olive colored canvas sheath. 24" overall.

Our Price: $32.17

This 13" Cane Knife comes with a tempered carbon steel blade(has a slightly sharpened edge for packaging...but a customer can sharpen it to their liking!). Also, another side has a hooked edge for working with sugar cane, twigs, etc. A delight for cutting back undergrowth, blackberries, roots, etc. 6" hardwood handle makes this cane knife 19" overall. 1.4lbs

Our Price: $32.95

SANDICOMBI BAHCO 180/50 STONE Use the course 180 medium grain with oil for grinding of pruners, grafting knives and household tools. Turn the stone over and use the fine 500 grain with oil for finishing. The 4" stone is blister packed for attractive and easy merchandising. Sharpening stones are the most popular and traditional way to sharpen knives and tools. They are versatile and can be used to sharpen almost any edge. We stock a selection of sharpening stones at every price range.

Our Price: $33.56

The Hori Hori Garden Knife - a garden tool for weeding, digging, cultivating, cutting The Japanese Hori Hori garden knife is more useful for more gardening jobs than any garden tool you will buy.

The Hori Hori Garden Knife has an all stainless steel concave blade with a very sharp, very strong edge on one side and serrated on the other, with depth markings for accurate planting.

Hori Hori Knives have a comfortable hardwood handle. Among Japanese Garden Tools, the Hori Hori garden knife has become a gardening tool favorite!

Our Price: $42.97

The Ajikiri Hocho Kitchen Knife is used for all types of small delicate cuts with fruits, vegetables, fish, and tender meats. Cut well, cook well! 5.7" Blade, 10" overall.Originally, all Japanese kitchen knives - Hocho - clearly show their relation to the Samurai sword. The blades are forged traditionally in multiple layers, with an inner core of hard and brittle carbon steel, forge welded with a thick layer of soft and more ductile iron steel sandwiched around the core so that the hard steel is exposed only at the cutting edge. Only this elaborate procedure ensures an optimum synthesis of breaking strength and ultimate sharpness.

Our Price: $44.89
Usuba Hocho Takefy Gata Style Kitchen Knife Usuba Hocho Takefy Gata Style Kitchen Knife

Usuba Hocho Takefy Gata Style Kitchen Knife This classic Japanese blade is designed for precision slicing and made of high-quality carbon steel.

Our Price: $46.67

Funayuki Knife- This Funayuki Hocho knife is great for all general use in food preparation and features a high-quality carbon steel blade.

Our Price: $50.66