Since the dawn of time, gardeners and farmers have used implements called dibblers or dibbers to prepare the soil for planting. Prehistoric people may have used crude branches or twigs, while a few millennia later the English created carrot-shaped, steel-tipped wooden digging tools to poke holes in the ground for planting. It wasn't until the 19th century, though, that the multi-pronged dibble board we know today came into existence—when handcrafted versions found their way into farms, gardens and greenhouses across the United States and Europe. More recently, home and garden maven Martha Stewart has used a homemade dibble board. And now...the arrival of the new patent-pending Garda Dibble™.
The Garda Dibble™ and recycled cedar pots with tray by ThinkEco2, makers of handcrafted eco-friendly home and garden products.
The Garda Dibble™ lets you quickly make straight, evenly-spaced holes for sowing seeds in vegetable, flower and herb gardens, creating neat rows and maximizing planting space—saving energy, time and money (no more crooked plantings, poking holes one-by-one, wasted seeds or crowded plants).
Ideal for small urban gardens, suburban plots, raised beds, containers, square-foot
patches, and even salad tables.
• Built to Last — Durable Plastic Construction
• Compact & Lightweight — Easy to Use and Store
• Fast Clean-up — Rinse with Garden Hose or in Sink
• Removable Pegs — Change Spacing Based on Plant Type
• Lifetime Guarantee — Free Replacement for Life
$24.95 Only $19.99
for one tool ($9.95 for two tools)
Canada: $9.99 for one tool ($15 for two tools)
Other Countries: $17 for one tool ($22 for two tools)
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Received a 5-star rating (its highest)
“The Garda-Dibble makes planting seeds in evenly spaced rows quick and easy...This tool is the perfect size for square-foot vegetable gardens and a snap to use: Just lightly press the pattern into the soil and drop in the seeds. No more crooked, crowded rows!”
The Sacramento Bee newspaper
We Tested It, Home & Garden Section
December 7, 2013
Planting seeds with ease
“The new Garda Dibble is perfect for gardeners who love precision and nifty tools...[It's] perfect for seed trays, prepared vegetable beds and large containers.”
Garden Making magazine
Gardener's Notebook department