Ideal for planting seeds and small seedling with great accuracy - no more poking holes with your finger!
A dibblet is a nifty little tool made of hand turned beech wood with 1cm graduations for greater accuracy when sowing seeds. It is also called a 'dibbler'.
This tool is so easy to use - simply insert the dibblet tip into the ground and push until you reach the desired line marking, then drop your seed or seedling into the perfectly measured hole.
Most dibblets are 7 inches in length and fit easily into a pocket. Because they have measurement markings in cm, you'll want to take a sharpie and mark your own measurements in inches, as that is what U.S. seed packets go by.
The most popular dibblet maker is Burgon & Ball - their tools have been awarded endorsement by the Royal Horticultural Society, one of the world's leading horticultural organizations. The company has been making well-crafted tools in Sheffield England since 1730. Read more about the company here.
Burgon & Ball