Trowel "MIRA"

Massive copper alloy, turned beechwood handle.

Trowel "MIRA", Order No. 102 » Shopping cart

length 31 cm
width 5 cm
weight 200 g

What our customers say

Handschaufel "MIRA" 5.005 4 4
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Handschaufel "MIRA"
Sabine Mann -
Diese wunderbare kleine Schaufel war den ganzen Sommer täglich im Einsatz. Wir sind alle schlichtweg begeistert!
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Stefan K. -
Wundervoll in Optik und Haptik. Ein Werkzeug das einfach ästhetisch ist. So etwas fasst man am liebsten jeden Tag an. Und in der Funktion perfekt. Durch die schmale Form ist es sowohl Schäufelchen, wie auch Löwenzahn-Stecher. Einfach klasse!
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Michaela F. -
Ich bin vollkommen zufrieden! Man spürt den Unterschied und ich bin dankbar für die wundervolle Handarbeit und den Gedanken dahinter, alles im goldenen Schnitt zu fertigen.
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Simon Craigie -
I think the Mira hand trowel is the best in the world that I have come across, as I lost my one! and then tried the Musca for a while and then finally went back to the Mira and it is wow! I love my mira trowel! It's completely light and effortless to use. Thank you so much for creating this product
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For container gardening, bulb planting ...

With its turned beechwood handle and pointed bronze blade, Mira is handy for container gardening and bulb planting. We also use it to extract deep-rooted weeds such as dandelions, as the long narrow blade cuts deeply into the soil without disturbing the surrounding plants.

Why Copper Garden Tools?

  • Copper gardening tools enrich the soils with coppertrace elements and thereby provide plants with essential nutrients
  • They are hardwearing and will last for years
  • Stay free of rust  – but age with a graceful bronze patina, perfect for the coastal gardener
  • They have sharp edges
  • They have an incomparably longer lifespan than devices from iron
  • Viktor Schauberger came to the assessment that cultivating the soil with copper implements would be more beneficial to the Earth and lead to healthier plants. In his writings, he listed several reasons for this.
  • Minute amounts of copper create the conditions for beneficial micro-organisms
  • Penetrate the soil easily -low coefficient of friction- less tendency for clay to cling to the tool
  • Copper is not magnetic - so does not disrupt the electrical fields in the soil
  • Can be kept sharp with a whetstone, file or by peening (hammering the edge against a steel anvil)
  • Production experience since 20 years. Quality confirmed by enthusiastic gardeners.

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