The Ho-Mi digger (pronounced Hoe-Mee and meaning "little ground spear" in Korean) was first made in Korea during the Bronze Age. The tool has been a standard for 5000 years.
Strong, yet light, it is hand forged from steel with a sturdy tang well fixed in the handle. Two handle sizes are available: a short 5" handle for single-handed use and a long 5' ash handle for use while standing (the long-handled digger is 63" overall).
The miniature plowshare design makes it perfect for opening the soil for seeding or setting out transplants, for weeding and for planting bulbs. The unique shape allows you to do many tasks (hilling, digging, weeding, and planting) with only one tool.
Blade is 6-1/2" long. Made in Korea.