Spear & Jackson teams with Kew for tool range

Neill Tools has announced a Kew Gardens Collection of tools from its Spear & Jackson brand.

Spear & Jackson has been working with Greg Redwood, Kew’s head of Great Glasshouses & Horticultural Team, throughout the product development process to produce a range of digging, cultivating and garden cutting tools.

The Kew Garden Collection from Spear & Jackson includes: Neverbend Carbon Steel solid forged spades and forks that are up to 50 per cent stronger than stainless steel and a range of cultivation tools; Neverbend Stainless range of traditional spades and forks with an extra-long socket and double rivets for increased strength; and Razorsharp Garden Cutting, a range of bypass and anvil secateurs, shears and loppers with new products such as metal anvil secateurs.

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