Here is a trowel-type tool that digs like a small spade. Made with a sharp point and with sharpened edges on the work end, you can easily, as with a knife, push the Digger Trowel into the toughest soil; down through sod and under stubborn weeds. Then pry up the weeds, the sod, and the tough soil. This tool is fashioned out of a single piece of heavy gauge stainless steel and it will endure to be used by your great grandchildren. You can use them to pound in tent stakes and then to trench around the tent; to chip ice; to dig in clay, loam, and stony soil; to dig up plants for transplanting; to plant bulbs; and to easily do the jobs that you expect from an ordinary trowel.
The handles are bent to be at a slight angle to the blade end. Numbers 50 & 51 are for light work in planters, pots and tight close areas.