Gardener's Sweet Chestnut Dibber
For the gardenRegular price £9.99
We love these beautiful gardener's dibbers. Each dibber is hand turned by Frank the woodsman. They are made from Sweet Chestnut that has been sustainably sourced from the Duchy of Cornwall woodland.
They are brilliant for speedily planting your fiber pots from your Jekka's Grow at Home Herb Kits, so much quicker than a hand trowel
Meets the needs of the increasingly environmentally aware modern gardener.
- Made from Sweet Chestnut
- 24 cm length
- Hand made
Following our root of being ‘green, environmentally friendly and sustainable', we use eco-kraft boxes that are FSC approved and do not use any plastic in the posting of our products.
All our orders are dispatched with a standard delivery note, which includes addresses and items ordered but no prices. We will also include any gift note you have written at check-out.
"I would like to thank the person who packed my box of seeds, it was so carefully sealed with tape in the most exact and neat way I have ever received a packet or parcel! Amazing! They deserve a gold star."
Local pick-up from the herb farm is available, please choose the option at checkout. You can collect your orders any weekday between 8:30 am and 4 pm.
Postage, apart from our Culinary Herb Boxes, is by Royal Mail.
Free standard postage in the UK for orders over £75 (inc. VAT).
For orders to be delivered outside the UK, we strongly advise checking with your local customs office prior to placing the order online. Please note, for seed orders, our seeds have UK Plant Passports and carry the information required by the UK’s seed marketing regulations. However, we do not issue phytosanitary (health) certificates (PC).
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(N.B. For herb plant collections, please see our Looking Good Herb List and submit a herb plant enquiry.)