Folding Pocket Secateurs – Fuchsia Pink

Folding Pocket Secateurs – Fuchsia Pink

£12.50

10 in stock (can be backordered)

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Description

What a fabulous idea! Conventional secateurs can soon rip a pocket (or worse) so these are the perfect solution to an age-old gardening problem. Keep these folding secateurs in your pocket wherever you go – they fold down to a pocket-friendly 9cm x 4cm with no exposed edges and feature a handy knife and mini saw blade cleverly concealed within the handles. The stainless steel blades cut woody stems up to 10mm diameter and soft stems up to 15mm – perfect for gardeners, hikers and walkers to tackle exuberant shrubs and unruly brambles. Supplied in a gift box complete with a storage pouch.

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Secateurs open 15x6cm
  • Secateurs closed 9x4cm
  • Gift box size 20x16x3cm

Adults only. You must be over 18 years old to purchase this item.

Who am I?

I am Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) qualified and hold a National Diploma in Horticulture and a Diploma in Garden Design.
I have always been passionate about plants and gardens and love the opportunity to create something special and personal for my customers that means they can make the most of their outside space.
I also love interior design and enjoy bringing the same principles of style and colour into the garden with the aim of creating a room outside.
Charlotte Ridley

Contact Me

Phone: 0780 8055508

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