Garden Spiral Hole Drill Planter（buy 2 get 15%OFF，buy 3 get 4 ）
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TheGarden Spiral Hole Drill Planteris a handy gardening tool forplanting bulbs, bedding plants and seedlings. It does the tough work for you,digging holes with ease.
It makes gardening maintenancequick and easy and you canweed with ittoo!
Designed to help you plant your grass plugs and small annualsmuch faster than using a shovel or garden trowel,this drill bit actuallypulverizes the soil, giving your plantsbetter soil-to-root contact.
Perfect bulb planting auger for tulips, iris, bulbs, bedding plants, and seedlings.
Exceptional quality and value, this tool is durable, useful and long lasting.
Save time and energy. Use in any electric or cordless drill that can accommodate a 3/8" bit.
Also great for digging weeds up by the roots.Quickly digs holes up to 7 inches deep and 1.75 inches wide.
Drill NOT INCLUDED.
Sizes: 9inch (22cm) / 18inch (45cm)
Customer questions & answers
Question:Will it work in us? what power drill do i need to have?🐸 Answer:Will work with any 3/8" or larger chucked drill. Minimum 18v needed for a cordless drill. Always run the auger slow too in case it catches on anything buried (large rock, etc. ) You'll love it compared to a hand shovel! By Power Planter on March 12, 2018
Question:I used it for 2 holes and worked great. then it would not spiral. i even changed drills. what can i do. i'm holding it up right. Answer:Does it rotate while not in the ground? Does the drill chuck still spin but not the bit while in the ground? Only other thing I can think of at the moment is you could be hitting a root, rock or some other obstruction would be my guess, but the drill would still want to torque out of your hand. If the chuck still turns… By Richard Jolin on July 10, 2018
Question:Would this be good for digging holes for dahlia tubers? Answer:It makes a 4in diameter hole, and does a pretty good job of breaking up the dirt, but if the dirt is really hard clay, it does not work so well, but then again, what does? By Richard May 7, 2019
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