TOP 10 garden tools

Here we present gardening tools and equipment that are essential for maintaining a beautiful garden.

Top 10:

  1. Spade
  2. Shovel
  3. Digging fork
  4. Rake
  5. Hoe
  6. Garden hoes
  7. Cultivator
  8. Planter trowel
  9. Garden shears
  10. Branch saw + gardener’s knife

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1st spade

Gardener’s spade | English spade | Ladies’ spade | Rode spade | Root spade

Spades are ideal for digging into the ground, cutting off swards and preparing beds. They are indispensable for planting shrubs, young trees and hedge plants. However, the spade does not tolerate levering permanently. If too much leverage is applied to the spade blade, it will be permanently damaged. The larger and thinner the spade blade and the more brittle the material, the easier the spade blade will break. If the steel is too soft, the blade can bend. The forged spades from Krumpholz are manufactured for maximum durability and stability. But even the sturdy spades from Krumpholz can be destroyed by excessive leverage. Forged treads make it easier to dig into the ground and protect shoes and feet. For harder soils, a spade with a smaller spade blade is advantageous.


66,95  incl. VAT


72,95  incl. VAT


118,95  incl. VAT

2nd shovel

Frankfurt shovel | Holstein shovel | Bavarian shovel | Emsland shovel | Ladies’ shovel | Spade shovel

Shovels are the right choice for digging cut planting holes and moving loose bulk material.

      • The Holstein bucket with a straight front edge is perfect for shoveling loose bulk material on firm ground.
      • The Frankfurt shovel has a pointed, round, heart-shaped blade for digging up stony ground. The pointed shape makes it easier to pierce large quantities of loose bulk material.
      • The Dutch and Emsland shovel are similar to the Holstein shovel, but have a curved front edge that is very well suited for digging ditches, for example. Due to the smaller blade, they are often used by women.
      • The Bavarian shovel with a tapered, only very slightly curved blade is designed for easier penetration into heavier, stony soils.


46,95  incl. VAT

3rd Grabegarbel

Spade fork | digging fork | ladies’ spade fork

The digging fork or spading fork from Krumpholz has four forged and slightly curved tines. The ash handle is embedded in the blade via a metal shoe.

The digging fork is used for loosening and digging around the topsoil. Compared to the spade , the tines are more stable and can be used better for levering. The tines do much less damage to plant roots than a continuous spade blade.

The use of digging forks significantly reduces the fragmentation of beneficial earthworms, which play a significant role in the formation of humus in the soil.

The digging fork can be driven into the ground with less force than a spade.

With its wider lance tines, the digging fork no. 0414 is also ideal for removing potatoes.

4th rake

Road rake | Bow rake | Hand rake | Hand rake | Scarifying rake | Junior rake

Rakes and rakes are used to spread and collect loose organic or mineral material. Light leaves and grass clippings or heavy gravel and grit. We have the perfect rake for every task.
Hand rakes and hand rakes are perfect for small jobs in beds and raised beds. The large rakes are for the rougher jobs in the garden and for work on building sites or in municipal services.

Krumpholz ‘s many different rakes provide the right tool for all gardeners to pile up loose fallen and pruned material.


32,95  incl. VAT

5th hoe

Hoe | Root hoe | Bed hoe | Manure hoe | Slope hoe | Field hoe | Karst hoe | Harz hoe

The forged hoes from Krumpholz are particularly sturdy and, depending on the design, perfect for coarse and finer work.
The sturdy hoes can also be used to cut through massive roots and create larger planting holes or drainage ditches.
The bed hoes are designed for weed control in the bed or for working in the field.
We have the right hoe for every requirement. For gardeners and landscape gardeners, for professionals in municipal building yards and, of course, for private gardeners with high demands on their garden tools.


56,95  incl. VAT


88,95  incl. VAT
54,95  incl. VAT


75,95  incl. VAT

6. garden hoes

Hand hoe | Garden hoe | Hand hoe | Heart hoe | GALA hand hoe | Chelsea hoe

The forged hand hoes from Krumpholz are particularly sturdy and, depending on the design, perfect for coarser or finer work.
Depending on the model, the hand hoes can be used to cut through roots and dig planting holes. We also have the perfect hand hoes for weed control in flower beds.


41,95  incl. VAT

7th cultivator

Cultivator | sow tooth | flower claw | hand plow | hand harrow | soil aerator

The cultivators forged by Krumpholz are forged from strong and tough carbon steel. They are used to loosen the soil and control weeds. The stratification of the soil is not changed.

The natural stratification of the soil can be divided into three areas. The topsoil, the subsoil and the parent rock

The topsoil is the most important layer for plant growth. There, the humus mixes and combines with mineral components. The humus consists of decomposed material of flora and fauna. The topsoil is decomposed and transformed by fungi and bacteria and mixed with the mineral components by earthworms. A healthy topsoil with a high humus content is critical for vital plant growth.

The subsoil mainly contains mineral material. Weathered rock, sand and materials washed in from the topsoil characterize the subsoil. Humus is hardly present there.

Why work the soil with a sour tooth or soil aerator?

By digging up healthy topsoil with a spade or fork, organic life is transported into the oxygen-poorer subsoil. Many of these organisms cannot exist there and die. The soil loses vitality and nutrients.

When ripping up the soil with the sow tooth, the topsoil is not transported into deeper soil layers. Earthworms, fungi and bacteria remain and continuously increase the humus content. This process can be supported and enhanced by appropriate organic fertilization.

First, the soil should be cleared of weeds, for example, raking with a culitivator. After removing the weeds, you need to pull the sow tooth through the bed in intersecting paths. The distance between the rows should be from 15 to 25 centimeters.

When to work the bed with the sow’s tooth?

The bed should be worked either before or after the winter. Optimal is the processing before the winter. Due to the frost, the torn soil crumples up optimally. However, spring processing before the first sowing / planting is also fine. In the spring, your own motivation is often higher.

Finely crumble the topsoil is best to use a cultivator or cultivator. The loosened layers of soil can more easily absorb heat, air, water and nutrients. At the same time, the soil is optimally prepared for fertilizing – it is best to use natural fertilizers to supply the soil with sufficient nutrients again and again.


14,95  incl. VAT

Krumpholz garden tool

1334 – Cultivator – ash handle


27,95  incl. VAT


78,95  incl. VAT

8. planting trowel

Hand shovel | Planting trowel | Weeding trowel | Hand spork shovel | Composting trowel

The forged hand shovels / planting trowels from Krumpholz are perfect for smaller jobs in beds and vegetable patches or even for work in the greenhouse. Also for repotting, planting and transplanting young plants / vegetable plants, planting trowels are the perfect choice and indispensable garden tools that are used every day.
Forged from carbon steel and with high quality ash handles or ash knob handles, our planting trowels are a joy to the touch, look and durability.


27,95  incl. VAT