While most gardeners don’t exactly go looking for snakes, this cobra is quite handy.
The Cobraheaded Cultivator is a multi-use tool: it weeds, it helps with sewing, and it digs into our Bay Area clay with ease. With over a hundred students visiting the garden each week and a half-acre garden to tend, we need quick weeding abilities.
This all points to a garden mantra: good tools make a difference. At Common Ground Garden, when we are short on tools, students often have to pair off to share tools, which means that they get less time of hands-on learning. Do you have some D-handled garden forks just collecting dust? Check out the Common Ground Garden wish list!