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Our favorite Lee Valley garden tools

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For almost 40 years, Lee Valley Tools has been a go-to store for American and Canadian gardeners. The reason is clear; they have really cool garden gear! They know that the right tools make gardening easier, faster, and more comfortable. In fact, many Lee Valley garden tools are designed in-house, so they can ensure the best-quality products for their customers. To celebrate the best of gardening, we’ve teamed up with Lee Valley to spotlight some of our favorite garden tools and products.

Let us help you play Santa for the gardeners on your holiday list. Below you’ll find some of our favorite Lee Valley products—we know you’ll love them just as much as we do! And, for even more holiday inspiration, check out Lee Valley’s terrific online gift catalog.

Our favorite Lee Valley garden tools

From our bug-loving horticulturist, Jessica Walliser: Hose End Sprayer

Lee Valley hose end sprayer


“Each gardening season, I grow several dozen containers of edibles and ornamentals. Before I discovered this handy hose-end sprayer from Lee Valley Tools, I was measuring and mixing watering can after watering can of fish emulsion every time I fertilized them.

But with this sprayer, the liquid fertilizer is distributed directly to my plants along with the irrigation water. I fill the sprayer with fish emulsion and then set the dial for the amount of fertilizer to be distributed with the water. I hook it up to my hose, press the trigger, adjust the spray pattern, and fertilize away. So easy!”

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From our ornamental plant aficionado, Tara Nolan: Grow-Light Indoor Garden

Grow light indoor garden“When I first started sowing seeds, I put my trays in a sunny window and hoped for the best. Seedlings would grow, but I always found them to be rather spindly and delicate. I don’t currently have anywhere to put a full-sized grow light setup, so when I saw the Grow-Light Indoor Garden in the Lee Valley catalog, I bought it right away.

The kit comes with full-spectrum grow lights that can be lowered and raised as the plants grow. The whole system was easy to assemble and it even came with four containers that fit perfectly underneath. A special capillary mat under the containers wicks water up from a reservoir to water plants from the bottom. This is a great gift for anyone with a small space or new to growing from seed.”


Seedlings growing under lights
From our year-round vegetable growing expert, Niki Jabbour: Solitary Pollen Bee Nest and Row Cover Kit

“Ok, I’m a cheater, I picked two of my favorite Lee Valley garden tools! I’m lucky, though, as I have a Lee Valley store in my hometown and I find myself there at least once a month. In fact, I got my first row cover from that Lee Valley store many years ago when I began experimenting with season extension. I still rely on Lee Valley products, like the Row Cover Kit, for my fall and winter garden. This handy kit comes with 10 metal hoops and a six-foot by 50-foot piece of plastic. It’s great for covering cool- and cold-tolerant veggies, like spinach, Asian greens, mesclun, kale, and lettuce. I’ve also found it super handy in spring when it’s time to transplant tender pepper, tomato, melon, eggplant, and artichoke seedlings. It pre-warms the soil and provides shelter from unexpected dips in temperature.”

Row cover kit from Lee Valley

Lee Valley Tools solitary pollen bee nest


“My second item is the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest, which I bought because I wanted to provide habitat to native pollinators in and around my veggie garden. There are a lot of these types of products on the market, but I chose this one when I saw it was approved by the Xerces Society (the international, nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat).


This bee nest has various sized openings to accommodate different species, and when I noticed that my first tenants had moved it, I jumped for joy!”


Native pollinator

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416 Responses to Our favorite Lee Valley garden tools

  1. Tracy says:

    Definitely the horizon horizon knife. I use it every day in season.

  2. Middi says:

    I Lovvvvve my hori hori knife. I use it for digging, cutting roots, dividing plants and planting. I received it as a gift and it is the best garden tool EVER!

  3. Gail says:

    I have had my eye on the ergonomic hand and garden tools! I could spend hours pouring over the Lee Valley catalogues. They’re great!

  4. Kim Bretz says:

    Definitely the seeding square! It helped my spacing unbelievably.

  5. Cindi Palmer says:

    HoMi short hande digger

  6. Victoria says:

    Thank you for your recommendations! I’ve put several of them on my “to get” list. My favorite tool is the plastic row cover kit!

  7. Dyan Jones says:

    Ah, I have a reverential relationship with my Ho-Mi Diggers. Both the hand held and long handled of Korean tools work with me in the garden. They are of Korean origin, some 5000 years ago, a strong connection to those sustainable gardeners who came before us.

  8. Dan Brockett says:

    My favorite Lee Valley product is the Gardeners Journal. I started using it with my very first garden, and it is so helpful to review what happened in previous years.

  9. Michele Schraa says:

    Please enter me in the Lee Valley Tool contest This is my go to place for garden tools and they have a great selection of garden books.

  10. peter prosser says:

    The sprayer at the top of the page uses the Venturi Effect like a carburetor. I tried to make a sprayer that hooks on your hose but wouldn’t work.

  11. Madelaine Corke says:

    I LOVE the Hori Hori knife – I’ve been coveting one for ages! Would make dividing my perennials SO. MUCH. EASIER!

  12. Sarah says:

    My favourite Lee Valley gardening tool is their garden fork – I’ve managed to snap the wooden handle on mine after I accidentally left it outside all winter long (but the metal is still in perfect condition).

  13. Tricia Ackerman says:

    I would have a hard time choosing between the indoor grow garden and the Hori Hori knife…….would love to win my gardens a lovely Christmas gift!

  14. K Conrad says:

    My favourite Lee Valley garden tool/item is the Grow-Light Indoor Garden.

  15. Nan Williams says:

    Hurray hurray for the hori hori!!

  16. Mary Ellen Mathison says:

    Lee Valley’s “Floral Shovel” is my favourite tool. It’s head is smaller than most at 8 x 6 inches and I use it almost exclusively. Because the head is smaller, it digs only the area you want, not the surrounding plants. Also easy to lift & carry earth for new plantings.

  17. My favourite garden tool from lee valley so far has been the hoop house u-shaped plastic clips. They come in different diameters which is great for different products. They are affordable and in my area the only place that carries them! Im a diy’er as much as I can so they allowed me to make my own hoop houses

  18. Pinklacedpoppy says:

    I would really really love to get the row cover! I’ve wanted to try my hand at winter sowing and this would help lots!

  19. Marcus Stanley says:

    I love the Hori Hori Knife! I would love to get the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest for my garden!

  20. Karen A MacDougall says:

    Short-Handled Ho-Mi Digger is definitely my favorite tool ,,,,could not garden without it….have given many as gifts

  21. Allison MacEachern says:

    My favorite Lee Valley garden tool is my trowel

  22. I’m with Amy – the Hori Hori is one of the most useful gardening tools I own.

  23. Cheryl says:

    My fave is the Hori Hori Knife

  24. Barbara Hiltz says:

    My all time favourite tool from Lee Valley Tools is a Spork type thingy, the actual name of it has worn away, it’s a combination of a fork and a spade and it’s a hand tool, it’s all I use to dig in my gardens and it’s so well made I’ve had it for almost 10 years, don’t know what I’ll do when it’s gone as I’ve never seen it for sale again!

  25. Melissa Castle says:

    The solitary pollen bee nest. I love watching the bees working on the veggie blossoms in the garden!

  26. JF Duhamel says:

    My favorite Lee Valley tool is the Felco® #7 Pruner

  27. Kelly Osmond says:

    Adore my LVT garden tool cart! Best invention.

  28. Jen says:

    I haven’t yet used Lee Valley tools but I’ve heard great things! I’d love to try out the row covers to extend my harvest!

  29. Hilary McLeod says:

    My solitary bee nest is a favorite.

  30. I like the transplant knife!

  31. Esther says:

    favourite Lee Garden tool is my Professional Soaker Hose, works great. Set the timer and let it soak!

  32. Daisy Keyes says:

    Would say the Hori Hori Knife also with the Hose End Sprayer a close second. Have a number of Lee Valley garden items received as gifts over the years, and love the products.

  33. Ron Mitchell says:

    The Row Cover Kit compliments using hoop houses and cold frames, keeping one in the garden both early and late into the seasons!

  34. Joy says:

    I would have to say the Hori Hori knife

  35. Anne Marie Vanstone says:

    I’ve found the Yard Dolly to be invaluable along with my Hori Hori knife

  36. Wendy Ness says:

    A row cover for the garden.

  37. Cathy says:

    I love my DeWit V-Groove Pick. I use it so much.

  38. Cheryl Kemsley says:

    i love the indoor growing grow light growing system. I start so much from seed for my garden.

  39. Ronald Ziegler says:

    I love the hori knife. I use constantly.

  40. Ron Ziegler says:

    I love the hori knife. I use it all the time.

  41. Valerie Low says:

    The hori hori knife! Amazing little tool!

  42. Rita Shaw says:

    I don’t have a pkastic row cover kit, but I think it would be a great thing to have and would qualify as my favourite if I owned it.

  43. Michael Ewasew says:

    The Hori Hori Knife – never without it

  44. Barbara Wallace says:

    I love the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest. Anything to save the bees!

  45. Christine Johnson says:

    While not a tool, years ago my friend gave me a set of watchmaker’s metal boxes. They are so handy and make my beads easy to find.
    I’d love a Hori Hori knife.

  46. Krysia Elliott says:

    I would love to try the row cover kit my little greahouse can’t keep up

  47. Gary Kenny says:

    I like the Lee Valley heavy duty long mouth stainless steel spade – great for transplanting trees, shrubs and trees. The length of the spade allows one to really get under the root systems of the plants causing less root damage.

  48. Melanie Mills says:

    Loved my solitary bee condo. The excitement from watching bees checking out the condo to filling with larva was fun. Unfortunately my condo was attached to my scarecrow and after most of the spots were filed with larva the scarecrow was stolen and I never found the condo.
    Looking forward to next seasons bee condo.

  49. Eric Helmuth says:

    That hori hori knife is fantastic. Really good for tough weeding jobs and dividing woody perennials.

  50. Kimberly says:

    The slug and snail trap came in handy this summer, in trying to control the earwig population around my sunflowers. The homemade traps didn’t compare!

  51. Ellen says:

    The bee nesting box would be my first item to try.

  52. Lisa Doucette says:

    The grow light would come in so handy.

  53. Jo Hanson says:

    I love my little indoor garden, have had it for 3 years and use it to start all of my bedding plants. I didn’t have to buy any bedding plants at all this last summer.

  54. Merilee says:

    Absolutely love my bluetooth gardening watering system. 💚💚💚

  55. Roy Daniels says:

    Nice that a Lee Valley Store opened in Waterloo. I almost miss the beautiful ride to the Burlington store. I think I should pick out a favourite tool but on the whole I haven’t found one I didn’t like.

  56. suz says:

    hori hori knife, new pruners or a new digging tool would be welcome here. thanks for the chance to win. –suz in ohio

  57. zender katz says:

    My favorite is the hose end sprayer.

  58. Cat says:

    The solitary pollen bee nest. <3

  59. Maria says:

    The crack weeder helps so much on the brick patio!

  60. Martha Howatt says:

    Love my Homi….one of the best presents from my sister.

  61. Susan Goodison says:

    Definitely my favorite: Lee Valley Self-Watering Seed Starter. I get castor beans started for me and others.

  62. Gayle Kreuser says:

    Grow light indoor garden, love it.

  63. Veronica Callinan says:

    I love the root knife! They don’t have it in their catalogue now, but the Hori Hori knives are similar.

  64. Robin Fiebiger says:

    I have never used your tools,but would love a chance to try.I do garden a lot and am always breaking tools.

  65. Sara Bozzelli says:

    Garden Bandit loop weeder!

  66. L. Caruso says:

    The solitary pollen bee nest!

  67. Celia says:

    I love my loop hoe.

  68. Lloyd Caldwell says:

    My favourite is the “Easy to Set Water Timer” (digital). When I travel it allows me set frequency and length of watering. A lot better than depending on someone else to do it.

  69. Bob Young says:

    Lee Valley’s trench digger is the best digging tool I’ve ever owned.

    • Jim Lee says:

      I purchased the pruning blades for sawzall and they worked well to cut large limbs and branches.

    • Eddie Barrow says:

      I’m not much of a gardener … I shop Lee Valley mainly for their great woodworking tools and supplies. But I do use some of their gardening supplies and my favourite is the the Self-Watering Seed Starter. It works great for a non-gardener like me.

  70. Ralph Bullough says:

    The hori hori knives is a great versatile tool for weeding and splitting perennials

  71. SHARON says:

    I would be lost without my Radius Ergonomic Stainless Steel Edger. It is well balanced, not overly heavy, sharp and does the job.

  72. SHARON says:

    My favourite Lee Valley Tool is my Radius Ergonomic Stainless Steel Edger. It is light in weight, well balanced, sharp and does the job.

  73. Art Pence says:

    I like the pot maker. Making something useful from trash.

  74. Fern Brick says:

    The soaker hose was perfect for my raised garden.

  75. Ian Williams says:

    gotta be the hori hor knife, mine is wore out so I could use a new one

  76. Troy says:

    I love the Row Cover Kit!

  77. cate says:

    Hori Hori without a doubt

  78. Huguette Tricker says:

    Love the row cover!

  79. Audrey Fleming says:

    Hose end sprayer is ever so handy! But love sooo many of the Lee Valley garden tools!

  80. P Pellerin says:

    PB151 Large Pole Tree Pruner it’s on my Wish List since seeing when visiting the very tidy store Gardening catalogue!

  81. Carolyn Fasken says:

    I have a good number of gardening tools from Lee Valley. My favourite Lee Valley gardening item would have to be the U-Bar digger. I bought mine about 15 years ago and has broken a lot of ground.

  82. Caroline Beaton says:

    I would have to pick the Lee Valley item that I use every day, year round. My greenhouse thermometer! I love it. It’s old fashioned, doesn’t need batteries or power like a digital one, and records all the highs and lows that fluctuate in the greenhouse. But I would really love a hori hori, I don’t have one of those yet!

  83. Joan Macintosh says:

    The HoMi is always at hand when I’m in the garden!

  84. Jacquie Ashcroft says:

    One of my favorite Lee Valley tools is a round soil sifter that I bought years ago…It has various disks that easily fit into it with different size metal mesh. Just the right size to hand sift my compost.

  85. Laurie says:

    My favourite product is the self watering seed starter kit. It works so well. I use to frequently forget to water my seedlings which led to their death. I bought this kit and haven’t killed any since. Love it so much!

  86. marty thompson says:

    we have an ergonomic narrow spade that is tops for removing specific invasive weeds. Also the hori hori knife is my standby

  87. Marion Daniels says:

    I would love a Hori Hori knife or the Grow Light kit.

  88. Judy Zastre says:

    Among my hundreds of Lee Valley items, I would have to say my favourite is the Dutch made (Sneeboer) long handled hoe. Always sharp and so well made. Of course I also love the 3 tier light stand, the spades, expandable rake, tool holder for buckets, drip irrigation parts, etc., etc. etc. Hard to choose!

  89. Brenda Kee says:

    My favourite tool is a transplanting spade I got from them years ago.

  90. valerie c. walton says:

    solitary bee nest is great for supporting our native bee population.

  91. T Mclure says:

    It’s got to be the micro shears for me. So handy.

  92. Teresa Jones says:

    What? Have to pick only one? Hori Hori knife.

  93. PJ says:

    I would love to try the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest. I think it would be fascinating to watch.

  94. valerie c. walton says:

    solitary bee nest is great for supporting our native bee population as a great tool.

  95. Brenda Dean says:

    My favourite Lee Valley Tim is not a tool but the gloves I purchased there. I have small hands so getting good garden gloves that fit is difficult. Have used theses gloves year round for everything, washed them, now they need sewing….sure hope Lee Valley has or will get them again. Really great for handling rough bushes with thorns without hurting hands. Thank you for a great product and god this contest!

  96. Barbara says:

    My favourite lee valley tool is my Hi Mi digger.

  97. Dora says:

    I have so many favourite tools for my landscape and my gardens… and here is one that is surprisingly useful: The Bottle-Top Waterers! I use these for watering my indoor seedlings from when they are first planted until they are ready for transplant! And they are so useful when I teach gardening classes! I travel with water in the water bottle, and then just replace the cap with the waterer when it is time to water the plantings of my students!

  98. Mike Strathdee says:

    Possibly the tumbling composter, tho the hose extenders, the plant cones and the Melita Jehu steam juice extractor are all close contenders as well

  99. Amy says:

    The Solitary Pollen Bee Nest – I have honeybee hives too. 🙂 Love bees…..

  100. Sarah says:

    I can’t pick just one favourite! Christmas light hooks, scrub brushes, magnetic nail holder wrist band, cabinet knobs and more!!

  101. Barbara kenny says:

    I love the Grow light indoor Garden, its great to start my vegetables with.

  102. C. F. Read says:

    Many vegetable gardeners dream of growing food in winter. The Grow-Light Indoor Garden makes this possible. It’s ideal for growing microgreens indoors, when outside temperatures are cold and winter sun needs a boost. Fresh tiny greens add zing to salads and nutrients to smoothies – and they are easy to grow, especially with a growing system so complete, like the Grow-Light Indoor Garden.

  103. Sandy says:

    I think that the row cover kit is amazing! It’s a good way to protect your garden and also to keep your neighbours from putting ugly bed sheets on top of their plants. I need for my friends!

  104. Catherine McGill says:

    one I use all the time is my pruner holster so I keep my pruners at my waist and I don’t set them down mid job! Hate searching the garden for lost tools.

  105. Howard says:

    My life got so much easier after buying Felco pruners!

  106. Linda Moxsom Skinner says:

    My favourite is the trowel!

  107. Helem Lammers-Helps says:

    The short Homi. Use it all the time.

  108. Tomoko says:

    Hori Hori Knife!!!

  109. Greg Dermody says:

    My favourite Lee Valley gardening tool (they have great carpentry tools and hardware too!) is the Self-Watering Seed Starter.

  110. Lori Fowler says:

    My favourite Lee Valley gardening item is the automatic window openers I purchased for my greenhouse.

  111. Ellen Humphrey says:

    Stainless steel compost pail! Have always wanted one! Looks great for putting my veggie scraps to good use.

  112. Nadia Young says:

    My favorite Lee Valley garden tool is a spade or shovel. This
    tool is useful for weeding dandelions + chickweed or any garden weed. It can be used to plant seeds directly into the soil or useful when propagating cuttings. I am never without
    my beloved garden spade. love it.

  113. Donna Burris says:

    Could not function without my hori hori knife.

  114. Lynn M says:

    My favorite Lee Valley tool is the rock rake. I have several piles of rocks around the perimeter of my property now and expect to add to them over the next few years. The rock rake has saved my back.

  115. Joy says:

    Oh the hori hori knife is so useful!

  116. Kathy Harvie says:

    At this time of year the leaf claw is a great tool to have around.

  117. Christine Doyle says:

    As a new gardener, there is a whole lot of tools that I need (sorry, friends but would totally spend this on myself). The rolling composter looks like it would be so convenient and useful! There is a lot of wildlife out my way so keeping animals out of our compost is sure to be a challenge without this!

  118. pamela deneve says:

    The grow light would be my favourite, useful for getting an early start for the season.

  119. Leah says:

    We only have a balcony to garden on, so I’m a huge fan of the Tabletop Tarp! It keeps all the dirt contained so we don’t have to sweep up every time we repot something.

  120. Liz Wichman says:

    A few years back, I got some clear plastic cloches from Lee Valley – they are wonderful and I use them every year!

  121. Anne Ecobichon says:

    The fabric pots. These are the best invention ever.

  122. Cheryl Bolivar says:

    My favorite is the “Nut & Fruit Gatherer”. So great for dropped acorns!

  123. Donna Marsh says:

    Traditional Chinese Scissors. I find that plastic-handled scissors break easily. I like that these are hand forged. They remind me of my Grandfather, who was a blacksmith. Although I don’t think he made scissors, I think he would appreciate their simple, beautiful, versatile, and durable design.

  124. Carolyn Hickman says:

    I wouldn’t be without my Felco of Switzerland pruners, to name one favorite.

  125. Kathy says:

    I would to win a hori hori knife. Have heard lots of great things about this garden tool.

  126. Aileen Grant says:

    My compact pruning saw is THE BEST! There are SO many wonderful things to choose from at Lee Valley

  127. Denise says:

    I have several of the ergonomic green handles gardening tools. Takes pressure off the hands when digging, etc.

  128. Margaret says:

    Favourite garden tool is the pruners

  129. Marsha says:

    Garden tool belt! I do a lot of volunteer work in different places so I keep my belt packed with my tools, gloves, and water bottle, then just grab it and go. Would love to be able to buy the garden tool cart.
    Lucky there is no retail store in my area; I would spend most of my garden budget there.

  130. Lisa Lindquist says:

    My favorite tool from Lee Valley is a combo I use. The Radius Ergonomic transplant spade and border fork help me enormously around my garden. They are both smaller for my small garden and fit my smaller hands as well. Love the “step” feature- very helpful!

  131. Jennifer Engbrecht says:

    Sounds like I should try the Hori Hori knife! I have other items from Lee Valley that I love that are not for gardening (an excellent lock box, for e.g.) so would love to try gardening items!

  132. Jenn Houlihan says:

    I use the Felco hand pruners from Lee Valley quite often. They aren’t heavy or bulky and can do the work of much larger loppers.

  133. Brent Kurz says:

    My favourite is the Hori Hori Knife. I was introduced to it this summer when a landscaping friend helped me with a project. We planted what used to be a rock garden with prairie grasses. He says he doesn’t go anywhere without it. Maybe if I win, I can justify buying the stainless steel one for myself for Christmas!!!!

  134. Judy Lorway says:

    Love the trench digger!!

  135. Grace Yaremko says:

    Definitely the hori hori knife

  136. Brent Kurz says:

    The fruit picker

    • Brent Kurz says:

      Whoops. I didn’t see my comment posted so I entered twice. Both are my favourites but I already have the fruit picker!

  137. Ed Bergen says:

    After 20 plus years of buying products from Lee Valley Tools, I have not had a product that was not at least as good as advertised–most were much better. I cannot pick a favorite as I have purchased hardware, gardening, and hand tools and all performed as they were intended. How do I pick a favorite? No idea.

  138. Kathy says:

    If I have to pick one, it would be my GARDEN TOOL CART that transports all the tools and accessories I will need in one trip from the garden shed.

  139. Trixie says:

    It’s simple but effective – the crack weeder.

  140. Sarah G says:

    Honestly, I’m thinking my garden spade. I use it the most since I have limited financial means and not much garden space these days. It sounds like I definitely need to try this Hori Hori knife everyone is raving about!

  141. Angie Rose says:

    I love the Hori Hori Knives & the VegTrug™ Cold Frame! I live in New England, so I’m always looking for ways to extend my harvest 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!

  142. anna says:

    Lemon & Lime press – it is easy to squeeze all of the juice out with little effort

  143. Alex Liot says:

    Row cover!!

  144. Cynthia MacDonald says:

    I love my hori hori knife for dividing perennials, especially hosta and astilbe. Also like my wooden handled brush for cleaning tools and the underside of the lawnmower.

  145. Dawn Mayeda says:

    Gotta have another felco pruner. They’re so well made and long lasting, I don’t need to replace mine, just need one to leave at the elementary school garden where I volunteer!

  146. Stephanie says:

    Definitely the hori hori knife! Cuts through everything with ease. I’m always changing things up in the garden and containers so it always comes in handy!!

  147. M. Duffield says:

    I really like and use a lot my swedish weeder.

  148. Steve Ryan says:

    The hori hori knife-by far the most versatile tool in the garden.

  149. Pat Miller says:

    The indoor garden light looks like it would be very useful.

  150. Kim Mudge says:

    I have many favorites but the one I use the most is my transplant shovel. Keep up the awesome work Lee Valley!!

  151. Michelle Allen says:

    I would love to have a Grow-Light indoor Garden kit for use in the winter months.

  152. Janis Cormier says:

    I love the watchmakers cases, which I use to store seeds from year to year. When I open the case I can see each variety at once! I need more – they are on my Christmas wish list!

  153. pam says:

    21-Piece Flexcut Carving Set
    Can do so many amazing wood pieces with this set

  154. Liz Rogers says:

    My Felco pruners!!

  155. Darlene Maillet says:

    I like the solitary pollen bee nest.

  156. Pat Bedard says:

    My favorite tool is my grandpa’s weeder! The dandelion roots come right out.

  157. Kim Titus says:

    My lee valley garden hand tools are are always with me in the garden in the summer!! They have held up really well – I have had them fir over 10 years!

  158. Barb Cottingham says:

    Yankee Weeder

  159. Elisabeth Beisser says:

    Hori Hori

  160. Andrea says:

    I love my Lee Valley garden shears, they cut like a dream:). I’ve been wanting to add a hori hori knife to my gardening tools though!!

  161. My favourite Lee Valley garden tool/item is the Grow-Light Indoor Garden

  162. Chuck says:

    My favorite are the pocket pruners. I keep a pair on me when outside and a pair in my glove compartment because you never know when the opportunity presents itself to get a clipping of a great shrub or plant that you want to bring home.

  163. Anne-Marie Tvete says:

    I like their High-Quality Bypass Pruner

  164. John says:

    Super red mulch for my tomatoes and compost moisture meter. The latter really helped me control and expedite my composting efforts.

  165. Kathy says:

    Love all my Lee Valley stuff including the flower puzzles that keep me thinking towards spring!

  166. molly says:

    I love my Hori Hori, it is 8 years old and still sharp, and the measurement lines on the blade are handy for accurate planting depth. Another great feature is that it’s stainless – no rust!

  167. Andrea says:

    Lee valley garden shears! But I am dying to get a hori hori knife:)

  168. Hope says:

    Love the grow light indoor garden. I so badly need a space for my little seedlings and to over winter my herbs indoors!

  169. Sheryle G says:

    My favorite is the Grow-Light Indoor Garden.

  170. Candace says:

    Too many to choose. I may have to get some more things to help me decide. 🙂

  171. Neil Lagula says:

    I like the Ergonomic Carbon-Steel Digging Tools

  172. tawnie says:

    I have never had any Lee tools .but I have just visited the site wow what great lookings tools .id like to try any you have to offer .so I could recommend to my friends.

  173. Susan says:

    I love the ergonomic hand shovel! It is well designed as I have owned it for over a decade.

  174. Genene says:

    A Dutch hoe(I think), bought many years ago.

  175. Leigh-Anne Legault says:

    My favourite is definitely the grow-light garden. I grow microgreens in the winter and begin my seedlings starting in spring. The ‘moat’ around it with capillary mat keeps the humidity up that it hard to achieve in a heated home.

  176. Sue says:

    Hori knife for sure

  177. I love my self-watering seed starter! I have used it for three years, always get a head start on my Spring planting, and my seedlings are always strong and fast blooming!

  178. I love my self-watering seed starter since my seedlings are always strong and always the first to bloom each Spring!

  179. Diane says:

    My hori hori knife. I use it for digging, cutting roots, dividing plants and weeding. It is like an extra hand.

  180. Aaron says:

    Hori hori knife for sure.

  181. Tina Sanders says:

    I love these ‘carrots’ or deep root watering spikes as LV calls them

  182. Trent Fisher says:

    I like my colinear hoe, but the hori horn looks useful.

  183. Virginia Hutchinson says:

    My favourite tool from Lee Valley (and I had to really consider my answer!) is our rolling composter. I decided on this one because it just doesn’t address one issue (yard and kitchen waste), but two – getting vital nutrients back into our two raised beds in the spring. We’re actually having to consider moving up to a bigger composting system and using the steel composting brackets. We’ll wait until later in the winter to decide-hoping I won’t have to lose something to make room!

  184. Bob Wastle says:

    the Haws watering cans.

  185. Susanne says:

    I would love the opportunity to win this! I love the Row cover kit!! Thanks so much!

  186. tami says:

    I love the hori hori knife.

  187. David Hachey says:

    Hori hori knife for the win! So great for planting and playing in my lasagna bed.

  188. Patrick says:

    I have quite a few gadgets from Lee Valley! I am very happy with my Felco #2 Shears but I really like my grafting tool I purchased last year 🙂

  189. Sheilagh Hagens says:

    Those extendable long handled snips. I think your catalogue calla them loppers. There’s an ancient voracious wisteria that needs regular haircuts awaiting a new tool. Love you Lee Valley!

  190. My all around favorite tool is the spading fork. It’s the one tool I couldn’t survive without! But, I really want to get a broadfork for next year.

  191. Shannon Tibbetts says:

    The Hori Hori knife- great product!

  192. Sharron says:

    My favourite tool from Lee Valley is my garden trugs. I have them in 3 sizes and wouldn’t want to be without them.

  193. Lynne Cherot says:

    My favorite tool that I have had for years is the small loop hoe. It is so light and easy to use, keeping a sharp edge even with the abuse I give it.

  194. Margaret says:

    Well, my favourite Lee Valley tool is one that makes a HUGE difference in the garden but not many people think about – shut-off valves – specifically, their lever style shut-off valve. I have 3 of them (the Y valve style) and couldn’t do without them. Those plastic or metal “handles” on shut-offs from home stores are tiny and almost impossible to turn. Before the lever style valves, I had to keep a pair of pliers handy for that task most of the summer…a literal pain!

  195. Glenys MacIsaac says:

    The heavy duty loppers. They will even cut down the small maple trees that seem to sprout up weekly!

  196. Erice says:

    The Haws watering can i like lots because of it’s extended and delicate head that fits just where I need it!

  197. Nicki says:

    I love the Tubtrugs, large soft buckets with handles that are great for harvesting, garden clean up, and a multitude of other tasks!

  198. VALENTINA KENNY says:

    By pass pruners

  199. barbara gebuhr says:

    I like so many tools, but will choose the hori hori knife for this contest

  200. Karin says:

    Hori Hori Knife – a tie with my Felco Pruners .

  201. Dorothy Cornwall says:

    Love Lee Valley
    the horizon horizon knife so handy! 🐝

  202. Tara moore says:

    I would love to have the horizon horizon knife

  203. Dan says:

    Definitely Grampa’s Weeder. Extracts an entire dandelion in one step!,2300,44822&p=54671

  204. Tee Anderson says:

    I would love the hori hori knife.

  205. Paulette says:

    Favourite gardening item is my “Hoe Mi” weeder!

  206. Paulette says:

    Love my “Hoe Mi” weeder as well as my bogs!

  207. Paula says:

    I love Lee valley! First time I noticed the Hori Hori Knifes and now I NEED to get one! Thanks for the great article!

  208. Joanne MacDonell says:

    My fav garden tool is the Loop Weeder/aka The Garden Bandit. Not just for weeds. I use it for edging and trenching around the garden beds. Love the yellow – easy to spot if you forget where you placed it.

  209. Roxanne Lucchesi says:

    So many wonderful things!!!

    I have to pick the Dual-Batch Rolling Composter. I have been so wanting one. Since I moved, I have not been able to compost in open bins on my new landlord’s property. The Dual-Batch Rolling Composter would solve that problem. For the past year I have felt so incredibly guilty not composting my scraps.

    I also really love the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest. I think I ham going to have to scrape together enough money to buy that for myself.

    Thank you for this lovely offer.

  210. Roxanne Lucchesi says:

    Don’t know where the image above came from. This (hopefully) is the one I wanted to attach . . .

  211. Brenda Crawford says:

    I could not garden without my hori hori knife!!!! It is such a much needed useful tool,I love it!! I really want row covers soon,and there is a lot more I need and want…thanks so much for the chance to win this exciting,wonderful gift !

  212. Jazlyn Loree says:

    Oh, where to start (because simply reading the catalog is my favourite pastime)! Tools are seasonal, so currently the Leaf Paws are working hard…. but if I had to choose justttt one… it shall be the Hoe Dag.

  213. Denise says:

    Felco pruners – awesome. I need a new fork, too, and many, many more things – so much great stuff. Love Lee Valley.

  214. judy calloway says:

    HoMi short handle digger, I have a thing for diggers and not all fit my hands. This one looks like it would be perfect! Thank you for the nice giveaway! Good luck everyone!

  215. Margaret says:

    Felco pruners are great! I use them all the time on my indoor and outdoor garden.

  216. Joanne says:

    My absolute favorite tool at Lee Valley is their Hula-Ho®!
    I don’t know what I’d do without it!!!

  217. Adina White says:

    I love the soil blocking kit. Was great to start all the seeds for my garden this year.

  218. S. Irene says:

    So many beauties. But … We have had our Lee Valley stainless compost bucket (with bucket handle and lid) for more than 20 years and it is still going strong, looks great, and holding up perfectly. It’s the best I’ve ever seen, and easy to carry, empty and clean. Daily use, perfect size. We now have two, one for camp and one for home.

  219. Lela S says:

    The folding kneeler bench is my current favourite Lee Valley Tools item I’d like Santa to deliver this year.

  220. Cathy says:

    Have been thinking of trying row covers for some time… would be wonderful to win so I could purchase some.

  221. Janet Briggs says:

    Oh, so many Christmas ideas! I think I’ll start with the row cover and then ask for the horizon horizon knife😍

  222. Susan M. says:

    Definitely the Felco pruners!

  223. Sally Bowen says:

    Alone on a desert Island, needing to garden to live, I would choose the short-handled Ho-Mi digger without question. As necessary to me as seeds and compost and old manure. I hugely value Lee Valley’s principles. When they replaced my broken wood handled garden fork (also invaluable) I was told the fork part was shipped to South America for reuse. Wonderful.

  224. Amy Orvin says:

    I love the transplant trowel!!

  225. Cheryl Martin says:

    So many great tools/items to choose from. I’m looking to get the cane connectors for my garden next year!

  226. Sarah G says:

    I love the tabletop tarp. It allows me to get started on my seeds indoors without making a mess with the potting soil. Easy clean up.

  227. Liz Ross says:

    I love Lee Valley Tools ! I have many favourite tools but I think my favourite and the one I can’t imagine being without is my stainless steel small pitch fork ! I use it for everything in the garden.

  228. Shabana Bhatti says:

    I love the self watering seed starting planter.

  229. Colleen Doyle says:

    HAve been pouring over the Christmas catalogue since I got it last week. I want everything! If I had to pick my favourite, it would have to be the Folding Kneeler Stool. That thing has saved my knees and back. Wouldn’t be able to garden without it!

  230. Jeff says:

    With all the Asian Bush Honeysuckle running amok around here I would have to say my favorite tool is the trail saw

  231. Venessa Comeau says:

    I love my Gardener’s Wash Basket. I have both sizes and the smaller one turns into a fruit basket on my counter after I’m done harvesting from the garden!

  232. Ming Ralston says:

    New to your site and vegetable gardening and would love to have the hori hori knife. Such a great contest.

  233. Margaret Lanphier says:

    Love the deep root watering spikes!

  234. Tracy Jessen says:

    I love the colourful trugs!

  235. ron eagles says:

    The stainless steel digging fork is my favorite as the tines are not to large and it’s a smooth transition in and around the plant roots.

  236. Mary says:

    Lee Valley Row covers – so important with the cabbage moth!

  237. Carole Coates says:

    hori hori knife

  238. Alison King says:

    I like the VegTrug™ Potting Table.

  239. sarah Balsley says:

    Love the hori hori knife!

  240. Donna Evers says:

    Love my hori hori knife.

  241. Shaunce Presetsky says:

    My vote is for the Hori Hori knife. It is an amazingly versatile tool.

  242. Jasen H says:

    I like the Steerable Rolling Seat with Tool Tray

  243. Judy Calloway says:

    My favorite is the Folding Kneeler Stool. I have to say my knees aren’t what they use to be and that would help me a great deal. Honestly there’s so many nice items it’s very hard to pick just one. Thank you for the contest . Good luck everyone!

  244. Lawrence says:

    I just love their metal nested measuring spoons. Best quality.

  245. Eliz Trieu says:

    Honestly, Lee Valley has such high quality products I love them all. Their super strong magnets, food dehydrator and cookie dough scoops are my favourite.

  246. Alexander Stephens says:

    love the LVT garden tool cart! Best invention.

  247. As a Pollinator pusher I hope the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest is in my future. I currently own and LOVE my Ho Mi digger and my Hori Hori knife….so much so, I won’t garden without them!

  248. Debbie Bashford says:

    Love the VegTrug Eco Poppy raised garden

  249. Tainan Lu says:

    My favorite Lee Valley product is the Grow-Light Indoor Garden

  250. J CABRAL says:

    Love the VegTrug Eco

  251. Lady G says:

    My favorite tool is the Hori Hori knife!

  252. William Ng says:

    The Hori Hori knife! Saw this while foraging with a group this weekend!

  253. April Campbell says:

    I like the the solitary pollen bee nest.

  254. Karen says:

    The “Pot Lifter” makes the fall clean-up and spring start-up much easier.

  255. Amy says:

    The Haws Metal Watering Can makes hand watering my plants so much easier.

  256. jennie says:

    The Solitary Pollen Bee Nest is my favourite garden related item at Lee Valley, b/c I’ve been putting off making one myself.

  257. Mike H says:

    Love the Hori Hori knife! Very useful!

  258. Jerry B says:

    Hori knife

  259. Josh S says:

    The Short-Handled Ho-Mi Digger is very useful

  260. Elaine Douglas says:

    this is a must in my home!
    Chef’sChoice® Knife Sharpeners

  261. Jackie says:

    I am such a fan of Lee Valley Tools that my Xmas wish list always includes an item or two. This year, I’m hoping for a crack weeder. Many years ago, I received a Folding Kneeler Stool as a gift and it has become indispensable. There is no way I could garden without it.

  262. Kelly H says:

    I like the row cover kit!

  263. jan says:

    We have their Folding Sickle and it is great

  264. George says:

    How can you pick one favorite item from Lee Valley !
    The one tool that I’ve got lots of use from, is a Japanese Utility Saw Order # 60T52.01

  265. Elizabeth Vlug says:

    Love Lee Valley. My favourite gardening tool is the Radius® Ergonomic Digging Spade. Comfortable and manageable for me. Not too heavy.

  266. Wonryang says:

    Hori Hori Knife is my favourite

  267. Andrew says:

    My favourite Lee Valley tool has to be the Hori Hori knife.

  268. Donna L. says:

    I like the row cover kit.

  269. nick a. says:

    The Hori Hori knife is so useful in my garden.

  270. Sue Gregg says:

    Love the hori hori knife! Every gardener needs one!

  271. Thomas Kwan says:

    The Hori Hori for sure is the most useful.

  272. Michelle P says:

    I really like the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest.

  273. Denise M says:

    My favourite gardening tool is the Hori Hori knife. It is a great all purpose tool for weeding or gardening!

  274. Geena OBanion says:

    Wow, if I win these tools its going to be nice to do the job like it should be done. (P.S. I like the advise that this site gives).

  275. J says:

    The Radius® Junior Spade & Rake so the kids can get their hands dirty too!

  276. janine a says:

    i love the hori hori knife! great help 🙂 thanks for the giveaway

  277. tiesha says:

    Someone once bought me Lee Valley’s Traditional Chinese Scissors and that set is amazing! I use it while gardening all the time!

  278. jon says:

    I also love the radius ergonomic digging spade!

  279. Stephanie Poole says:

    I love the apple picker. Thanks!

  280. Frank Stock says:

    my favorite tool is the Professional Soaker Hose

  281. Cheryl Hobley says:

    I love my “Grandpa’s Weeder” for pulling out dandelions. I’d love to get the solitary bee pollen nest.

  282. joyce s. says:

    the Felco® #7 Pruner

  283. oscar ortolan says:

    The plastic row cover kit. What a great way to get things off to an early start

  284. Vanessa L says:

    The toolbox magnet has helped me keep so many jobs tidy!

  285. Christy E says:

    I love the hori hori knife Would love to get the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest

  286. Mary Montague says:

    The hose sprayers are the best!

  287. Nancy says:

    My favourite is the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest.

  288. Char says:

    The short handle digger is my favorite! I can recall so many times when I spent digging with my momma. Thank you so much! You have a great blog!

  289. Sylvia says:

    The Grow-Light Indoor Garden is my favourite.

  290. Sandi Tymchuk says:

    I really like the stainless steel small compost bin.

  291. Roy H says:

    The Hori Hori knife.

  292. angela eagle says:

    my fav tool is the Dremel® 3000 Variable-Speed Rotary Tool

  293. Cindy Peterson says:

    My 20″ Reel Mower. I don’t know why more people don’t use reel mowers. It is such a joy to mow without fumes and loud motors. I also get in some exercise, but it is so easy to push.

  294. Margaret H says:

    The Hori Hori Knife looks very handy

  295. Jill says:

    the Hori Hori knife!

  296. I like the hori hori knife best

  297. Sherry Fraser says:

    Such a grea t contest. Lots of great tools but would likely pick the Hori hori knife.

  298. Anna says:

    7 tong rake…small and convient

  299. Kala Mologne says:

    Solitary Pollen Bee Nest…..worried about the declining population

  300. Wade Stenquist says:

    I love the solitary bee hotel, especially if you don’t have time or the resources to make your own and it looks like it’d be easy to clean! (I also love the grow-light indoor garden, I really need one for winter growing!)

  301. Hori Hori knife makes gardening a lot easier

  302. SarahJ says:

    I like the solitary pollen bee nest. It works great.

  303. Courtney A says:

    I love the Grow-light indoor garden! 🙂

  304. Accontests6 says:

    Solitary Pollen Bee Nest

  305. Barrie Templeton says:

    The Grow light Indoor Garden, for sure. Our growing season is short, with frost risk into May, so this will give me a head start.

  306. gayle Bellemare says:

    A Hori Hori knife is at the top of my list but I’ve also seen a manual lawn mower that I’d love to replace my old gas guzzler with. The third item on my wish list is a hammock to lay back in and enjoy the fruits of my labours. <3 Lee Valley.

  307. Scotty says:

    The hori hori knife looks awesome!

  308. Mary Warner says:

    The Pollken Bee Nest. We have cherry and pear trees and they need bees.

  309. Hugh K says:

    I really WISH for a hori hori knife. I have seen others use them for so many regular but different jobs.

  310. BobbiJo Pentney says:

    I would love to try the Row Cover Kit. My plants would grow faster, stay more moist and have a longer growing period.

  311. Heather Swanson says:

    Hori Hori knife

  312. DebP says:

    I really like my Lee Valley pruning tools.

  313. Rae D. says:

    The extendable loppers are so useful.

  314. Marina says:

    Would love a hori hori knife.

  315. Marlene V. says:

    I would really like the Dietz No. 80 Hurricane Lantern

  316. Logan says:

    The transplant knife is the best!

  317. Julie Murphy says:

    I like the row cover kit

  318. patty hinger says:

    That hori hori knife loooks and sounds awesome. It’s definitley going on my hristmas list!

  319. Nicole Aben says:

    I love the solitary bee pollen hive, I never knew it existed!

  320. jesse aben says:

    I like the row cover kit because I could start my tomatoes earlier.

  321. Wayne Couzens says:

    The Solitary Pollen Bee Nest looks awesome I have always wanted something to help our bees

  322. Dennis Dubs says:

    I love their “disposable” pocket knives. I am getting a little older and sometimes forgetful so this product fills a need for me.

  323. A friend of mine has a Grow Light Indoor Garden and it has become my must-have item from Lee Valley!

  324. Wendy R. says:

    I love the Grow-Light Indoor Garden. It would be fantastic for fresh herbs!!

  325. Ruth Lil. says:

    Living in a wooded lot this is the tool we love the most so far from Lee Valley, a kindling splitter, all our guests like to use it too. It means the trees that come down get seasoned in our own yard, with some left for the bugs of course.
    If I were to win a hori hori has been on my wish list for the longest time, and I’ve been good 😉

  326. I am really interested in the Solitary Pollen Bee Nest!!!! I have wanted to get bees in my yard for sometime! thanks!!!

  327. Anne Snyder says:

    So many tools, so little time! For Mother’s Day my family gave me the Steerable Rolling Seat with Tool Tray. It has been wonderful to use all spring, summer, and fall.

  328. Ron F says:

    I love my Hori Hori knife most of all.

  329. Patrick Ryan says:

    How can I pick just one favorite?! Gotta go with the hori hori knives.

  330. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    My favorite is definitely the horizon knife.

  331. barb bombardir says:

    Love the Forged pocket pruner. Bought one years ago but my husband borrowed it and never returned….comes in handy for him too

  332. Chris MacDonald says:

    My favourite tool is the Garden Bandit Loop Weeder

  333. PAT says:


  334. Shannon H says:

    I am a fan of the kneeling pads

  335. Val says:

    Two of my favorites: my HoriHori knife and Lee Valley Tools!

  336. cindy uyesugi says:

    I like the grow light indoor garden. I planted sunflower seeds and they didn’t make it. Something like this would help.

  337. pat m says:

    has to be my weed blow torch.

  338. Laura Newkirk says:

    I love my ergonomic stainless steel shovel with a round green handle. It is so strong and perfect for digging holes and prying out the odd rock or two. I’ve had if for years and it still looks shiny and almost new.

  339. I love the little starter greenhouses along with most everything else.

  340. Lisa M says:

    I love the row cover kit. I’m always gardening on a shoe string, and this kit would be amazing!

  341. Chrissy Black says:

    Hands down my husband would say his mantis tiller. I would say my 3 tier full spectrum grow light

  342. Mary Stortz says:

    I desperately need the 100′ soaker system, I could save so much water. I want that badly. All of your tools are great and hold up really well.

    Mary Stortz

  343. Cory Dunham says:

    Lee Valley Collinear Hoe most used hoe on our raised beds

  344. Frank Cook says:

    The grow light would be my favourite

  345. Barbara Lounsbery says:

    I love my Radius Ergonomic stainless steel shovel because it is short (like me) and very strong in my clay soil. I have put the Hori Hori knife on my Christmas list too, so I hope you don’t run out.

  346. Betty S says:

    My favourite Lee Valley tool is the Milton Brook Mortar & Pestle

  347. Monica says:

    So many good products. My go to is the hori hori!

  348. Kristi F says:

    I like the self-watering planter for my flowers.

  349. Patricia Patterson says:

    My favorite so far is the pruning saw, which comes with its own scabbard, and cuts easily through small trees. I’d love to try the hori hori knife!

  350. Sarah N. says:

    I’m a big fan of their gardening journal. It is really great quality and it lasts for years. It helps that it is also a beautiful journal.

  351. Emily says:

    I’ve never used/bought a gardening tool from Lee Valley but would sure love to!

  352. Janet Woodworth says:

    The Hori Hori knife is on top of my wish list. Almost bought it this summer but really needed good quality pruners from Lee Valley.

  353. Patricia Vaison says:

    The hori hori knife is perfect for large or small garden projects!

  354. CC says:

    Hori Hori knife!

  355. Sue V says:

    they have a lot of cool stuff… either the Hori Hori Knife or the row covers for me

  356. Jane Romaniuk says:

    Would love to get some VegTrug stands as it’s a long way down now! Love anything from Lee Valley!

  357. Jane Romaniuk says:

    I would love a VegTrug Planter, as it’s a long way down now! Love anything from Lee Valley!

  358. Patricia Brooks says:

    I wouldn’t know where to begin! Anything at Lee Valley would make an essential give for a gardener. I would love to get my hands on a hori hori knife and a seed square. Also, any reading material would be nice during the cold winter months ahead.

  359. Andrew Steedman says:

    Solitary bees nest as with out bees the garden and flower bed would not be as luscious and green..might not exist at all

  360. Bruce Vrana says:

    My favorite is the pruning saw

  361. Pam R. says:

    I bought a fruit picker from there years ago, and it still works great! The Felco hand pruners would be so useful.

  362. Dale Steele Nicolov says:

    We have bought many great things from Lee Valley.We find their catalogues full of interesting and quality items.I would love to try their row covers.

  363. judy calloway says:

    Oh my I really like that Stem Stripper , awesome! Everyone needs one of those. That is my favorite! Thank you for the nice contest. Good luck everyone!

  364. Wendy Helfenbaum says:

    Love my Rock Rake & yard cart!

  365. Carole Hanrahan says:

    I love the Hori Hori Knife! Lee Valley has always been a treat for me. On days when I need a pick me up and some childlike joy, I make a trip to the Lee Valley store. There is always something I just have to have and can’t leave the store without.

  366. Audrey Stewart says:

    I really want to get the Milton Brook Mortar & Pestle.

  367. Dave says:

    Wnat tot try Grow-Light Indoor Garden or the Bee nest

  368. Mary bain says:

    Hori knives the best!!!

  369. Deanna Barkley says:

    I like the Hori Hori knife. It is a very useful gardening tool. Thanks for the giveaway

  370. This is my first introduction to Lee Valley and after reading all these responses there are lots of things I would like to try! Hori Hori knife, Indoor lights for seeds, composter, bee house. So many cool tools! Too fun!

  371. laura feist says:

    I like the soaking hose

  372. Maryanne says:

    I love their Adjustable-Flow Drip Spike! Saved many plants!

  373. Andrew B says:

    Lee Valley’s own “The Best Shut-Off Valves” — these are the definition of substantial. They really are the best!

  374. Tara Gauthier says:

    I don’t own anything from Lee Valley so don’t have a favorite but it looks like they have lots of amazing items.

  375. Ariel C says:

    I like the Hori Hori knife!

  376. Allyson becker says:

    My favorite tool is the Felco #8 Pruner. So many great tools though!

  377. Lottie says:

    I have never been disappointed with any purchase I have made from Lee Valley. I look forward to the catalogues and spend hours poring over them!

  378. Lisa J Olie says:

    I love the natural fruit fly traps. Not really a garden item but I have to have them every year. I rely on my Lee Valley pruners, ball shut off and nail brushes year round too!

  379. Beth Dolliver says:

    I LOVE the ice star mould 🙂

  380. Catherine Vincent says:

    Lee Valley….new to Kelowna….time for me to check it out!

  381. Elizabeth says:

    I love garden weather info, like the Wireless Weather Center. I like to know what’s going on out there!

  382. Yarrow says:

    The Hori Hori knife!!

  383. Michelle says:

    I think the folding sickle. I could make good use of that!

  384. Marcella says:

    I love the hori hori knife. It’s my go to tool in the garden. My husband and I sometimes fight over who gets to use it. I think for Christmas I’ll be getting him his own 🙂

  385. David Krahn says:

    I would love the indoor grow garden

  386. Zack Branscombe says:

    My favourite Lee Valley gardening product is the Harvest Bag. It makes picking apples so much easier and is good in the garden too.

  387. Justin Franks says:

    Glow-light indoor garden for sure. I don’t have one, but I really want one.

  388. Shannon Dana says:

    I love Lee Valley’s Radius® Ergonomic Hand Tools! Perfectly designed to make gardening a breeze!

  389. Michael Herr says:

    Definitely the hori hori knife, best garden tool ever!!

  390. Ann Crocker says:

    My favourite Lee Valley tool is my stirrup hoe. It works so much better than regular hoes and is of excellent quality as are all their tools.

  391. Peter C says:

    The hori hori knife is the best thing out there!

  392. Carol Dawson says:

    My favourite Lee Valley tool is the stainless steel Digging Spade. It is lightweight and the blade is a good width for planting purposes. Such an excellent tool.

  393. dal legault says:

    horizon horizon knife

  394. Sarah Thomas says:

    I love my Shrub Flexrake. Makes it so easy to cleanup leaves in my flower beds and smooth out mulch.

  395. Alex Fitzpatrick says:

    I would absolutely love an indoor grow kit. Perfect for starting seeds and nursing them before transplant.

  396. I *adore* the hori hori knife!

  397. My Loop Hoe. It’s great for getting weeds out between tight places and around young seedlings.

  398. Elaine D says:

    Probably would be the Hori Hori Knife but then I use so many things for the work that is to be done that it’s hard to chose the favorite.

  399. Scott MacMillan says:

    Its the Hori Hori knife for me.

  400. Laura Thomas says:

    Ooooh the Hori hori knife looks nice! The top item on my wish list though is a seeding square. I love the idea so much I’m picking one up for my friend too!

  401. Sarah Cool says:

    I have alot of roses at my house so I would love the Stem Stripper,50560&p=75188

  402. Kim Hamilton says:

    The Lee Valley trench digger, along with the handheld gardening tools, are awesome

  403. Heidi Clark says:

    Hori Hori knofe

  404. carole says:

    The hori hori knife is one of the most versatile tools around

  405. Sylvia F says:

    I like the Grow-Light Indoor Garden because in the winter it is nice to have fresh herbs all the time!

  406. Alana LeSueur says:

    My favourite is the Grow Light Indoor Garden

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