Make any planting jobs easier and faster with the help of theSpiral Planting & Grass Auger.This special drill bit uses the power of your handheld drill and allows you todig deep holeswithout exerting too much effort and tiring your hands. A better alternative forspadesandtrowels!
Dig holes in seconds.Harnessing the power of your regular handheld drill, you can quickly dig holes up to 7 inches deep and 1.75 inches wide in all soil types, leaving dirt around the edge of the dug hole for easy packing.
Multipurpose hole digger.Use it for planting bedding plants, bulbs, seedlings or fertilizing shrubs and trees to deep water aeration. You can even use it for cultivating soils, and weed and root removal.
Saves you time and energy.No more tiring your hands or exerting too much effort when digging holes using spades or trowels. With this nifty hole digger, you can plants more in less time!
Made of durable materials.Has carbon steel rod and alloy steel blades for ultimate durability and maximum digging performance. A long-lasting gardening tool that’ll serve you for many years to come.
Gardener must have! This auger will be an absolute great buy for any gardener. It makes hole digging for planting so much quicker and easier than toiling with a trowel or spade. Spring bulb planting was a breeze this year, I will never go back to the pain staking manual hole digging. I wish I discovered this auger earlier but I am sure I will have lots of uses for it next year and beyond.
I have bought 3 different sizes. The smaller one is very useful for drilling in small spaces and to loosen the soil for my smaller plants.
I just put a new terrace garden and wanted to plan spring bulbs. The dirt I have is a little muddy and hard so I wanted to add some compost and other dirt before putting bulbs down.
Surpassed expectations! I used this to dig footings underneath an existing ground-level deck. I am building a kitchen on top of my deck, and realized I should add an extra beam for support. There is less than 2 feet of clearance under the deck, so I could not bring in a traditional auger or post hole digger. Removing deck boards was also not an option. So I tried this, and it far exceeded expectations. I ended up digging 20" deep, 9" diameter. This allowed me to break up the dirt, then remove by hand. I used a 10mm deep socket plus extensions to get the depth I needed.
I've used this now to dig about 25 holes ranging from hard clay, very "rooty" soil and sandy/rock soil and have been extremely impressed with the unit thus far.