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Giveaway Winner: Garrett Wade Digging Tools (and More)

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Giveaway Winner: Garrett Wade Digging Tools (and More)

Michelle Slatalla December 18, 2013

We have a winner. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who entered our latest Gardenista Giveaway of a $224 collection of last-a-lifetime digging tools from Garrett Wade (and accessories to sharpen and care for them).

Karlyn Collins, who gardens in Washington State, is our randomly selected winner and will receive a sharp-edged Super Penetration Shovel, a Professional Digging Tool with a serrated blade, and other supplies from Garrett Wade, sellers of fine tools since 1975. She told us, “My biggest digging challenge is trying to dig out the 10-to-12-inch round rocks in my garden. These rocks were left by a glacier and I think grow larger every season.”

Something tells us those tools will be put to good use.

Above: Photograph by John Merkl.

This is the second of three giveaway contests we’re sponsoring this season with our generous partner Garrett Wade. Watch this space in January for the third contest. 

And for advice sharpening tools, see How to Sharpen a Shovel and How to Sharpen Pruners and Loppers.

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