Leaf Picker - the easy way to collect autumn leaves•
Posted on 6 December 2021
What is a Haxnicks Leaf Picker?
The Haxnicks Leaf Picker is a new fast and efficient way to tackle the task of leaf collection in your garden. It has a clever pick up and discard mechanism which, is simply to use by simply spiking up the leaves.
When full the instant release mechanism, below the handle, is pressed so that the leaves are pushed off the collection spikes straight into your wheelbarrow, garden waste or compost bin.
Where can I use them?
Leaf Picker can be used anywhere in the garden to pick up leaves and its’ accuracy makes it particularly good for clearing between border plants with minimal risk of damage to plants and their roots. It is also great keeping lawns paths and gravel driveways leaf free.
What’s so special about them?
For many tasks Leaf Picker requires little effort is more effective and accurate than a rake. Leaf Picker is also quicker, cleaner and more fun than raking. Its’ ergonomic and lightweight design makes it easier and more comfortable to use meaning there will be one less back and arm breaking task in
the garden this autumn. Using Leaf Picker is so easy and satisfying that you will want to keep going until your garden is completely leaf free.
Total Length 1.3m Head 18cm x 18cm
Find out more:
To see it in action: head over to our YouTube channel
Buy it now: Leaf Picker
To read more about it in action read this blog too Clearing The Garden - Leaf Picker Saves the Day
Once you have collected your leaves, why not make them into free, leafmould compost. Find out how to here How to make Leaf Mould
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