This hand-forged and rivet-joined trowel is built by Montana blacksmith Tuli Fisher. Black walnut is used in the handle that just feels good in your grip.
Use this large trowel for transplanting, digging bulbs, planting small perennials and annuals and weeding in the vegetable patch. Just a few scoops in soft soil will have a hole big enough for gallon-size plants.
Heavy duty and built to last a lifetime, the Fisher hand trowel makes a great heirloom gift for your favorite garden friend, or you.
Tuli Fisher is a full-time blacksmith in Bozeman, Montana. He graduated from Montana State University with degrees in Museum Studies and History while working as an apprentice with a blacksmith. Since 1999 he has been forging hand tools and studying tool-making in various settings.
In 2003 Tuli worked with a neighbor and farmer who trudged through the early spring snow to ask Tuli to repair tools for him. After not only fixing the tools, but making even better ones, Tuli discovered a new passion for his blacksmithing skills — making garden tools.