Grandma Mooar’s Garden Tool Set

  • My grandmother, Marie Mooar, was a botanist, an expert vegetable and flower gardener, and perhaps the single most prolific contributor of specimens to the University of Montana’s herbarium. I remember two things about her gardens: First, all of the plants were huge and in perfect health. Second, the grooming was immaculate. She never lived to see Radius garden tools, but this set is dedicated to her. It consists of a Pro-Lite Transplanter, a full-sized Pro-Lite digging fork (for her potatoes), a Pro-Lite Edger to keep all of the lines perfectly straight around the edges, and a set of four essential ergonomic hand tools. She was tall and thrifty, so I think the Pro-Lite line would have been her choice over the PRO line.
    See one of her collected specimens.
  • See individual items for weights and measures. Material: Diecast aluminum and polypropylene for hand tools. Carbon steel, pultruded fiberglass, and polypropylene for Pro-Lite tools.
  • US Patents 7,836,557, 8,006,351, D569,697, D579,288, D564,313, D564,315, D563,742, D564,314, D569,202.

"Designed to relieve arm, hand, and wrist stress, the Radius (mid-length) tools won over all of our testers (male and female). With stainless-steel working ends, a unique handle design, and generous stepping edges, these tools proved both comfortable to use, and strong enough for every garden task."


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