Posted On: 27/06/2017
One of Britain’s best loved garden tool brands, WOLF-Garten, will be at this year’s Hampton Court and Tatton Park Flower Shows, displaying, alongside its vast range of inventive and practical garden tools, its three telescopic handles, which form part of its multi-change® range. Each of the telescopic handles fit every one of the multi-change® tool heads, of which there are over 60, offering solutions for all gardening tasks from cultivating to lawn care, and clea...
Posted On: 16/05/2017
E. P. Barrus Ltd. is continuing its support of the charity Help for Heroes with the supply of WOLF-Garten garden tools. Help for Heroes was launched on 1st October 2007 and supports Serving and Reservist Personnel and Veterans who have suffered injuries or illness as a result of their service. Help for Heroes has four Recovery Centres across the UK in Wiltshire, Plymouth, Catterick and Colchester. The centres aim to ‘Inspire, Enable and Support’ beneficiaries to help ...
Posted On: 21/04/2017
Now is a great time to get pruning trees in the garden to encourage further growth over summer and to keep them healthy. There are a range of different pruning jobs to take care of, from cutting young, green branches to removing thick, dead wood; and WOLF-Garten has a tool for every one! Using the right tool is essential, otherwise you may cause multiple wounds to the branch that can attract insects and disease. A simple rule to follow is that anvil loppers, where one sharpened blade...
Posted On: 22/12/2016
On my council run site, allotment inspection times run from March to November, and are fearfully strict. Any tenant caught with an untidy plot can look forward to a stern letter, with a ‘three strikes and out policy’ for serial offenders. Now my plot isn't looking particularly ship shape at the moment, but I’m going to take full advantage of the councils lack of patrols over the next few weeks and reward myself with a bit of ‘down time’ before resuming p...
Posted On: 08/12/2016
Now is a great time of year to start thinking about your winter pruning jobs around the garden for the months ahead while many trees and shrubs are in a dormant state. During November, I managed to take care of several trees and shrubs using the new RS750 POWER Cut Anvil Loppers with WOLF-Garten’s new cutting head technology! The RS750 POWER Cut Anvil Lopper are WOLF-Garten’s largest loppers with a fixed handle length. They are designed to cut through branches of up to 45mm in...
Posted On: 19/08/2016
When it comes to buying new tools, one of the most important factors for keen gardeners is durability. Will it stand the test of time? For one brand the answer to this is a resounding yes. WOLF-Garten has been producing innovative, premium quality garden tools since 1922. The brand’s roots stem from a revolutionary method of soil cultivation involving tools that pull rather than push, enabling gardeners to work in an upright position. The days of backache were over! From th...
Posted On: 10/08/2016
Now that our crops of new potatoes have come to an end, its time for me to harvest the last few plants to go with a summer salad, Yum! This frees up a lot of space for some other summer and winter vegetable crops, but before doing so I’ll need to rake over the areas in preparation and for this, I’ve been testing out the WOLF-Garten Bow Rake  The Bow Rake head attachment is part of the of the well renowned multi-change® tools system from WOLF-Garten. It is 40cm wi...
Posted On: 21/07/2016
In their recent review, Which?, the largest UK consumer body, has branded the WOLF-Garten GTE850 electric corded strimmer a ‘Best Buy’ in the “strimmer” category after gaining a score of 74%. Designed to meet the highest industry standards, the GTE850 strimmer boasts twin wheels which provide support and help cut grass to an even length in addition to an adjustable hand grip to enhance control. A plant protection guard ensures your carefully planted flowers are sti...
Posted On: 07/06/2016
This month I’ve been testing out an amazing tool from Wolf-Garten, the Comfort Grass Shears. Now that the weather has finally warmed up and the grass is growing fast it’s time to start thinking about lawn maintenance and care, and for this I’m going to take a look at the Wolf Garten Comfort Grass Shears Initially I was a bit unsure how these would turn out in practice, but how wrong was I! Usually when you think about standard hedge shears or lawn edging she...
Posted On: 10/05/2016
This month I’ve been lucky enough to test out the Wolf-Garten multi-change® Ridger tool. This is one of those tools that really looks the business, as it looks like a plough. It is designed to produce up to 20cm wide furrows for planting potatoes, as well as ridging up and earthing up around plants.                                             I was itch...
Posted On: 06/04/2016
That time is here again for me to share my product tests results with you all. Two new products that I have never used before. One because I simply thought it was for sowing veggie seeds so no good for me as I am strictly a flower girl and a lawn edging Iron that I have never used because James is in charge of all aspects lawny. Seed sower I am amazed with this clever tool. How wrong could I be thinking that it was for sowing lovely neat rows of veggie seeds and no use for f...
Posted On: 25/02/2016
Trees are a beautiful and useful addition to any garden, adding shade, height, fruit, and colour, as well as having environmental benefits.  However, tree maintenance can be troublesome, and dangerous, with many accidents occurring from people toppling off precariously placed ladders. Visitors to the Edible Garden Show, the UK's only event dedicated to grow-your-own, and the first major gardening event of the year, will be introduced to WOLF-Garten’s solution to t...