Hoes are used to cut down small weeds growing among other plants and for breaking up crusted soil surfaces. The Dutch, hoe has an open triangular steel blade attached to a long shaft and is used with a push-pull action, this hoe is the quickest at clearing weeds.
The general gardening hoe has a backward-angled blade secured by a swan necked stem to a long shaft. It is used for loosening heavy weed growht and, when tipped at an angle, for making seed drills. Shafts are generally made of lightweight wood.
Azure Blue Sheep Fescue | Canada Wild Rye | Deertongue Grass | Foxtail Millet
Gamma Grass | Indian Grass | Little Bluestem | Meadow Foxtail Grass | Red Top Grass
Reed Canary Grass | Sand Love Grass | Sedge Grass | Sideoats Gramma | Switch Grass
Turkeyfoot Grass | Virginia Wild Rye | Weeping Love Grass | Weeping Turkeyfoot Grass
Wheat Grass | Wild Oats | Wild Rice | Wild Wheat
American Bittersweet | Banana Passion Fruit | Black Eyed Susan Vine | Canary Bird Vine
Cassabanana | Chilean Glory Vine | Choccolate Vine | Coral Bead Vine | Coral Vine
Fast Growing Balloon Vine | Hyacinth Bean | India Horse Gram Vine | Issai Kiwi
Kangaroo Vine | Kiwi Fruit | Mountain Rose | Passion Fruit | Purple Kiwi
Purple Passion Flower | Velvet Bean | Virginia Creeper | Woolly Dutchmans Pipe