CobraHead® “mini” Weeder and Cultivator tool.
The best garden tools make gardening chores easier, and the new CobraHead® “mini” Weeder and Cultivator is perfect for precision weeding in flower beds, vegetable gardens. and even flower pots and containers. The strong, sharp, tempered blade cuts through all soils, even the toughest clay, and it makes short work of cleaning weed-choked gardens. The CobraHead “mini” Weeder was honored with a 2018 Green Thumb Award by the Direct Gardening Association as one of the best new garden tools on the market.
The CobraHead “mini” is smaller and lighter than the original CobraHead Weeder, so it’s easier to use in tight spaces. The original CobraHead Weeder and Cultivator is a bit larger and heftier, so it’s well-suited for weeding larger garden spaces. Both of the CobraHead hand tools have comfortable, ergonomically designed handles that are made from a mix of recycled plastic and wood fiber. The attractive blue handle is molded around the unique steel blade to ensure it can never work loose. The CobraHead “mini” Weeder hand tool sells for $21.95 and the original CobraHead Weeder and Cultivator sells for $24.95 at garden centers or www.cobrahead.com.
To enter to win the CobraHead “mini,” send an email to WashingtonGardener@rcn.com by 5:00pm on July 31 with “CobraHead Mini” in the subject line and in the body of the email. Include your full name and mailing address. Tell us which was your favorite article in the July 2018 issue and why. The pass winners will be announced and notified on August 1.
UPDATE: Our contest winner is Catherine Jamieson of Arlington, VA.
Thank you to all who entered!
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