The flat blade makes this ideal for digging, planting and defining a garden/lawn edge. It has a narrow mouth for maximum digging depth and power over a smaller area. The long-handle spade gives better leverage for taller people.
The slightly pointed blade is good for digging into a loose pile of materials, such as aggregates and mulch. The mouth has less resistance than a flat edge, especially with loose or awkward materials. It's not as effective as a dedicated digging shovel, and less less capacity than a shifting shovel.
This is a general-purpose shovel for digging and clearing out post holes, fencing and creating shallow trenches.
Use this for digging holes for fence posts, poles and support posts. You can also use it for digging holes to plant young trees.
The very narrow blade is perfect for digging narrow trenches, especially when you're putting in drainage or laying cables and pipes.
Use this for shifting, loading and spreading heavy or wet materials. It has a short handle for close work.
The sharply pointed narrow blade is great for digging drains and holes and makes light work of heavy clay and roots. It can also be used for general shifting and spreading.
With its square-shaped blade and high sides, you can use this for shifting, loading and spreading materials such as soil, stone, mulch, concrete and garden debris.
Use this light, wide-mouthed shovel for scooping up, and spreading, large amounts of mulch or other lightweight materials.
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