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Groundskeeper II Shrub Rake

Torsion springs do everything: finish grading, spreading mulch, lifting thatch, and much more!

Super light and equipped with a 55" fiberglass handle. Available in 9" or 21".
Weight: 0 lbs
Item # Weight Width Stock Status 1 – 11 12 + Qty
GK2-09 1.3 lbs 9 in In Stock $32.99 $29.99
GK2-21 3 lbs 21 in Out of Stock
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$34.99 $32.54

Specs

  • Choice of 9" or 21" wide head
  • 55" fiberglass handle
  • Poly head
  • 6" long tines

Product Features

  • The wire tines are hard enough to keep their shape, but the loop "spring" at the top of them offer flexibilty
  • The fiberglass handle will offer years of service

Product Benefits

  • Spread mulch and fine rock
  • De-thatch small grassy areas
  • Clean up litter
  • Rake leaves
  • Prepare finish grade
  • Cover grass seed
  • Groom sand traps

Review Summary (Based on 7 Reviews)

Customer Reviews for Groundskeeper II Shrub Rake

5 Stars

Grounds keeper rake 21"

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great for raking dead winter grass an acks like a thatcher

5 Stars

Love this rake!

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I used this rake in a grove with heavy debris. It is easy to use and effective. It takes much less effort than the traditional rake. A welcome addition to the acreage tools.

5 Stars

BEST rake ever!!!

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I bought this rake after using the 9 inch shrub rake. It is an amazing tool. I can move and contour mulch or rock beds like never before. Turn it over and sticks and large debris with ease. I cleaned up a 3000 square ft. natural area of sticks in literally minutes. The finished look was/is impressive. In many cases it has been faster and cleaner (no dust) than using a blower. It is everything it is advertised to be! GREAT product.

5 Stars

Shrub rake

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Wow, what a find. I always used a regular rake for cleaning up the garden. The shrub rake is fantastic, it gets into those hard to reach places. Why didn't I buy this sooner

5 Stars

Weeds, too!

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This rake is great for weeding seedlings. If you have a weed-free bed to begin with, after your planted seeds emerge (especially if you grow things closely), you can rake this along even day-old radishes and the emerging annual weed seedlings will be raked out but the radishes (or carrots or spinach or whatever) will stay put. It's magical.

5 Stars

groundskeeper rake

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We recently bought a house on an acre with Ponderosa pine trees. There is at least 4" of duff or more that hasn't been cleaned up in years. Without the groundskeeper rake I would not be able to rake up all the piles of pine needles and duff. Thank-you for the best rake I have ever used!!!!

5 Stars

21" Groundskeeper 2 kicks Butt

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A really cool tool. It pulls up thatch that's been woven into my yard since I first moved in 18 yrs. ago. It will loosen up the soil while it's doing that and the new growth starts up promptly. Some serious action from it with less effort than the old style rakes. If you ain't got one you're backin' up!

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    FAQ

    QUESTION: How do I fasten the handle to the head? ANSWER: A rivet is included with the assembly, put the head on the handle, line up the holes, insert the rivet and hit firmly with a hammer.

Torsion springs do everything: finish grading, spreading mulch, lifting thatch, and much more!

Super light and equipped with a 55" fiberglass handle. Available in 9" or 21".