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Seed Tray Dribber 
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Seed Tray Dribber 

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Seed Tray Dribber 
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  • Description

    The ingenious dribber allows you to make drills for small seeds and dib holes for large seeds. And the back of the dribber acts as a tamper for tamping down the seed bed after sowing.

    The dribber is 20cm long so is designed to fit a standard sized seed tray, but it can also be used lengthways on a small seed tray or in a seed bed. The prongs are 5cm apart and 4cm tall, which is good for most seeds. Please see our Seed Sowing Tips for more details.

    The dribber started out as an idea we had a few years ago, then it progressed to a sketch, then to a prototype and finally to a brand new product. We think it has worked out really well, but if you have any ideas for how it can be improved do please let us know.

    Made from sustainable American oak. 20cm

    We believe there is always a better way to do things. The way we do things now is fine, but it’s the excitement of doing things better that gets us up in the morning.

    Which is how the dribber came about. It struck us that if we could combine the virtues of a rake head (which we use for making drills) with the virtues of a dibber (which we use for dibbing) then we might have something new and worthwhile. Not that the world is crying out for a new potting shed tool, but at least by combining two tools into one we might lighten the gardeners (carbon) footprint. And if we could do so elegantly in sustainable hardwood, then we might have the sort of product that people would like to have around, to hold and to give as a gift.

    So we did some sketches that showed different prong arrangements, shapes and sizes and then produced a prototype. And we are thrilled with the result. We know to some cynics its only a strip of wood with four prongs, but to us its a beautiful, practical tool that we think will be valued by gardeners for many years to come. And it might even mean a better way of doing things.

  • Delivery

    We offer two types of delivery:

    • Standard Delivery via post is £4.90. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
    • Next Working Day For an additional £5, your order will be delivered the next working day.

    For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

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  • Meet the Producer

    Creamore Mill

    A family run design and wood-turning workshop

    Hard work, an artisan approach and excellent natural materials is what makes Creamore’s garden products unique.

    John Buckland began the business in 1981, in a former wash house, using a few tools to work on locally sourced wood.

    The business grew fast and so the family moved to Creamore Mill, which use to be a corn and wool mill. The mill was in a shoddy state and needed some renovation but the Bucklands were more than up to the challenge.

    Today the mill produces a wide range of garden products like the seed tray dribber, bee skep cane tops and beech garden line. All the garden products are made using sustainably sourced timber and production waste is re-used and recycled.

    John’s son, Sam, now shares a leading role in the business while his mother and sibling provide constant support and input .

    Justin (pictured) is a long time employee of Creamore and is involved with production and design.

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Description

The ingenious dribber allows you to make drills for small seeds and dib holes for large seeds. And the back of the dribber acts as a tamper for tamping down the seed bed after sowing.

The dribber is 20cm long so is designed to fit a standard sized seed tray, but it can also be used lengthways on a small seed tray or in a seed bed. The prongs are 5cm apart and 4cm tall, which is good for most seeds. Please see our Seed Sowing Tips for more details.

The dribber started out as an idea we had a few years ago, then it progressed to a sketch, then to a prototype and finally to a brand new product. We think it has worked out really well, but if you have any ideas for how it can be improved do please let us know.

Made from sustainable American oak. 20cm

We believe there is always a better way to do things. The way we do things now is fine, but it’s the excitement of doing things better that gets us up in the morning.

Which is how the dribber came about. It struck us that if we could combine the virtues of a rake head (which we use for making drills) with the virtues of a dibber (which we use for dibbing) then we might have something new and worthwhile. Not that the world is crying out for a new potting shed tool, but at least by combining two tools into one we might lighten the gardeners (carbon) footprint. And if we could do so elegantly in sustainable hardwood, then we might have the sort of product that people would like to have around, to hold and to give as a gift.

So we did some sketches that showed different prong arrangements, shapes and sizes and then produced a prototype. And we are thrilled with the result. We know to some cynics its only a strip of wood with four prongs, but to us its a beautiful, practical tool that we think will be valued by gardeners for many years to come. And it might even mean a better way of doing things.

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Delivery

We offer two types of delivery:

  • Standard Delivery via post is £4.90. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
  • Next Working Day For an additional £5, your order will be delivered the next working day.

For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *

1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars

Meet the Producer

Creamore Mill

A family run design and wood-turning workshop

Hard work, an artisan approach and excellent natural materials is what makes Creamore’s garden products unique.

John Buckland began the business in 1981, in a former wash house, using a few tools to work on locally sourced wood.

The business grew fast and so the family moved to Creamore Mill, which use to be a corn and wool mill. The mill was in a shoddy state and needed some renovation but the Bucklands were more than up to the challenge.

Today the mill produces a wide range of garden products like the seed tray dribber, bee skep cane tops and beech garden line. All the garden products are made using sustainably sourced timber and production waste is re-used and recycled.

John’s son, Sam, now shares a leading role in the business while his mother and sibling provide constant support and input .

Justin (pictured) is a long time employee of Creamore and is involved with production and design.

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