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Narrow Shrub Rake by A.M. Leonard, 8in Rake x 54in handle

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Narrow Shrub Rake by A.M. Leonard, 8in Rake x 54in handle

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Ideal for small spaces!

Need a rake to work between shrubs, perennials, and other tight places? Leonard's 8" Spring Rake will make the job easier. Continuous steel flat tines and reinforced spring heads. 54" hardwood handle. 8" wide, 10 tines. Ship wt 2 lb.
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Reviews from the field
"Excellent rake. Perfect for getting in between shrubs to get out leaves or trimmings when pruning. Strong like the larger yard version. Spring tension on the head, long, smooth strong handle. Bolt that holds head to handle has a nylon locking nut..." [Click to see all reviews]

Product Information


Product Specs
  • 8 in wide head
  • 54 in x 1 in hardwood handle
Product Warranty Information

  • This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's exclusive Lifetime Warranty Program. Click Here for more Details.
Product Features
  • 1" thick handle
  • Head bolts to the handle
  • Durable reinforced spring tines
Product Benefits
  • 1" diameter, not 7/8" (or even less) gives easier grip, less hand fatigue, and greater durability
  • 54" long, not 48" for more comfort and longer reach
  • The head isn't just held in place with a screw or a pin, the bolt goes all the way through the handle. This one will just never get loose and sloppy
  • The tines are reinforced with an additional spring, to help you 'dig in' to a pile of wet leaves when you have to, without damaging the rake
  • Rake leaves, grass, or other debris, lightly de-thatch your lawn, level mulch or wood chips, clean out beds, pull pruning clippings out of shrubbery like taxus (Japanese yew), or use upside down after seeding grass to mix the seed in the top layer of soil
Product Shipping Weight
  • 1.5 pounds
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake?
The Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake is a gardening tool designed for working in small spaces such as between shrubs, perennials, and other tight places. It features a continuous steel flat tines and reinforced spring heads. The rake has a 54" hardwood handle, an 8" wide head with 10 tines which is bolted to the handle, making it less likely to get loose and sloppy. The tines are reinforced with an additional spring to help you work in a pile of wet leaves without damaging the rake. This rake can be used to rake leaves, grass, or other debris, lightly dethatch your lawn, level mulch or wood chips, clean out beds, pull pruning clippings out of shrubbery like taxus (Japanese yew), or use upside down after seeding grass to mix the seed in the top layer of soil.

2. What is the size of the Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake?
The Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake has an 8" wide head with 10 tines and a 54" x 1" thick hardwood handle. The head bolts to the handle firmly and the bolt goes all the way through the handle making the rake more durable and less likely to become loose or sloppy. The length of the rake is 54", which offers more comfort and longer reach while working.

3. What are the features of the Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake?
The Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake features a reinforced spring head, continuous steel flat tines, 54" x 1" thick hardwood handle, 8" wide head with 10 tines, and a bolt that goes all the way through the handle to make it more durable. The length of the rake is 54" making it more comfortable to use and allowing for a longer reach. Additionally, the tines are reinforced with an additional spring to help you work in a pile of wet leaves without damaging the rake.

4. What can the Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake be used for?
The Leonard Narrow Shrub Rake can be used for a variety of gardening tasks such as raking leaves, grass, or other debris, lightly dethatching your lawn, leveling mulch or wood chips, cleaning out beds, pulling pruning clippings out of shrubbery like taxus (Japanese yew), or using it upside down after seeding grass to mix the seed in the top layer of soil. The shape of the rake with its narrow head and reinforced tines makes it suitable for working in tight spaces.

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