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Spring Planting Tips,Tricks, and Tools

Do you have spring fever? We sure do. It’s been a long winter here in Montana, and we’re taking advantage of every nice day to get outside, clean up the yard, and prepare ourselves for summer. We know that the days of snow and frost aren’t over yet, but there’s…

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True Love & Homegrown Tomatoes

  SUMMER is here and so is our Summer 2015 newsletter! Take a look if you haven’t already. Inside you’ll find an amazing Father’s Day deal, a note from Tuli and a very inspiring guerilla gardner on TEDx… plus music, tools and more! Hope this finds you gardening! To access…

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Product Launch Platform The Grommet Features Fisher Blacksmithing Handmade Garden Tools

The Grommet, an online shopping site and product launch platform for innovative and undiscovered products, is working with Montana entrepreneur to feature Fisher Blacksmithing, handmade garden tools. “The Grommet loves handcrafted products, especially those with great stories behind them. Fisher Blacksmithing is both a great product, story and problem solver.”…

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The Difference That Hand Crafted Garden Tools Will Make for You

Why Buy Handcrafted Garden Tools? When the big box stores are offering garden trowels for under $10, why should you pay more? Is handmade really better? Buying small, local, and artisan are the choices that conscious consumers are making in terms of food, jewelry, and even clothing. But garden tools?…

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Each of the tools in our line of durable garden equipment are hand forged to last a lifetime.

What to Look For in Durable Garden Equipment

When shopping for durable garden equipment online, it’s not always easy to tell the quality and durability of a garden tool just by looking at a photograph and the brief product description provided. Without having the tool in hand, it takes discernment to really know the difference between a quality…

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