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Original message (posted by priscus)

Once upon a time, I possessed an ancient, very narrow, Dutch Hoe: the blade was only some two, or maybe two-and-a-half inches wide.

This was a very useful tool for cutting newly emergent weeds, particularly amongst the spring bulbs currently blooming. Such a narrow blade easily controlled close to stems of flowers, veg, and strawberries.

Alas, some years back, this valued implement has walked.

Have searched online, and gardening/tool cats, but cannot find a replacement.

Please tell me if you know of such.

PS The cutting edges of the device were so worn, I think it quite possible that the hoe began life normal sized, and had been worn down to the diminutive proportions which I had found so helpful.
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