Horticulturist Paul Kirkpatrick got fed up with working with poorly made garden equipment that didn't last and was destined for landfill. Now he sources and sells strong, well-designed, durable tools that do a great job.
About my work
Frustrated with the poor quality of most available garden tools, I decided to test then sell strong, well-designed tools with replacement parts and a solid warranty. I believe in sustainability, so I started Gardenacious to give gardeners an alternative to using poorly made, hard-to-use equipment destined for landfill.
Is there a link between gardening and your creative practice?
I sell the tools that help gardeners get creative in their food gardens, feeding their bodies and their souls.
What will you show and share on the day?
I love to try to answer tricky garden questions. I'm always ready to demonstrate how to sharpen, use and care for your tools.
What's in your veggie patch?
Our 24m2 garden, 'Rhagodia,' has a vegetable garden, twelve fruit trees, herbs, a worm farm, composting, and native bees, all on a small urban block.
Cauliflower - quiet and unassuming, but warm company on a cold winter's night!