This innovative garden tool has been developed in collaboration with the head gardeners of the Royal Horticultural Society – and they do, after all, know a thing or two about horticulture!
This unique tool has been created as a hybrid of a rake and a cultivator; it clears the ground as well as creating an attractive tilled surface layer, making it easy to create the perfect finish to your beds and borders, in half the time. The narrow head makes it ideal for working between rows or in tightly-planted borders, and the double-strength outer tines can be used to excavate individual weeds and scrape ground right up to the border edging.
The stainless steel of the Culti-Rake is extremely resistant to rust, so will stay looking good for years to come. The long, lightweight handle in FSC® certified hardwood eliminates stooping to keep backache at bay, and a strong leather cord allows the rake to be hung up when not in use, to keep things tidy in the shed.
The Culti-Rake is endorsed by the Royal Horticultural Society, the world’s leading gardening charity. Like all our RHS endorsed stainless steel tools, this excellent all-round garden tool is covered by our lifetime guarantee.
Head width 18.5cm, Overall length 105.5cm.
Head: stainless steel
Handle: FSC® certified hardwood
Our last order date for pre-Christmas delivery is Thursday 17th December 2020. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that orders received after this date will arrive before Christmas. Our online store will remain open over the Christmas and New Year period. Orders placed during this time will be despatched w/c 11 January 2021.
We currently accept orders from the UK and Channel Islands addresses only. The delivery options available are as follows.
Standard delivery £4.99, 3-5 working days
Express Delivery £9.99, next working day (cut-off for ordering: 2pm)
Express Delivery is not available to customers located in the Scottish Highlands or any Island addresses.
NB: Express orders placed after 2pm on a Thursday or before 2pm on a Friday will be delivered on the following Monday.