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Introducing the Gardener’s Hollow Leg

9/28/2010 3:11:46 PM

Tags: Gardener's Hollow Leg, garden tools, weeding, pruning, garden accessories, Press Release

Berkeley, California – The Gardener’s Hollow Leg makes yard and garden clean up tasks easier! This handy “hands-free” debris holder is a must have for all pruning, weeding and harvesting tasks.

hollowlegThe Gardener’s Hollow leg is a fabric sack that is attached to an adjustable belt. The sack has a (patent pending) ring opening at the top for easy loading. With the Gardener’s Hollow Leg, there is no need to drag around a bulky bucket or other debris container. The 23-inch deep bag is compact and comfortable to wear. It features a 10-inch diameter opening and can hold more than five gallons. It’s a great time saver, eliminating the extra step of picking up piles of clippings or weeds.

Simply strap on The Gardener’s Hollow Leg and you’re ready to get the job done. The Gardener’s Hollow Leg can be worn on either the right or left side.  A strap handle on the bottom of the sack makes it easy to empty. The bag even features a handy pocket, great for storing your cell phone, iPod or other necessities.

“We designed the Gardener’s Hollow Leg to help with our personal pruning tasks,” says creator Bob Blomberg. “Since the product has hit the market, gardeners are sharing many additional uses. We’ve found it’s great for harvesting fruit, and perfect for everything from mushroom hunting to cleaning out gutters. People are also telling us it makes a great environmental clean-up tool for removing debris from parks, beaches or other community areas.”

The Gardener’s Hollow Leg has a suggested introductory retail price of $29.95. Look for it at select garden retailers or online at TheGardenersHollowLeg.com 

This press release is presented without editing for your information. MOTHER EARTH NEWS does not recommend, approve or endorse the products and/or services offered. You should use your own judgment and evaluate products and services carefully before deciding to purchase.  



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