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Many of the trials and tribulations I have experienced running Quality Garden Tools have been mirrored by disasters and triumphs in my own garden.

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Tuesday, March 25, 2008 By Dominic Elsom News

Of all the products we sell at Quality Garden Tools, the rake is the one we get most orders for and enquiries about. I think that this is probably because the rake is used for so many different tasks and is used everywhere from the largest estates to the smallest garden.

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Friday, March 14, 2008 By Dominic Elsom News

During 2005, I became increasingly frustrated with the quality of tools in my local garden centres. Many of these centres had opted for Chinese made tools that although cheaper and more profitable for the garden centre left a lot to be desired in terms of quality. This set of circumstances led me to the decision that I could try to do better - and Quality Garden Tools was born. The next stage was to research which tools were best for keen gardeners like me. I visited Kew , Wisley and had lots of chats with professional gardeners to find out which brands they relied on. The more gardeners I met, the more I heard the same names mentioned: Bulldog, Felco, Silky, Tina, Bahco (formerly Sandvik) and power tool brands like Hayter, Husqvarna and Echo to name but a few. Slowly but surely I was able to develop relationships with many different suppliers and increase the range available on both the website and in our catalogue. The business continues to grow and we now supply many of the professionals we originally turned to for advice!

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Saturday, March 08, 2008 By Dominic Elsom News

To anyone reading this please excuse my nervousness – this is my first ever attempt at ‘blog’ writing (if that is the correct phrase). Writing a blog is just one of many suggestions given to me by the Quality Garden Tools ‘tech team’ in order to make our website more interesting. If you are already falling asleep just reading this introduction, then I apologise, we have obviously failed miserably! Over the coming weeks I hope to write about the daily highs and lows we encounter whilst running Quality Garden Tools as well as the many trials and tribulations (mostly trials) I personally find in trying to tame my own garden.

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Tuesday, March 04, 2008 By Dominic Elsom News


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